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Sunday on the Homefront: Lettuce and Arugula

Hey Everyone!

So, not a lot to share as of late. I’ll have to come up with some blog posts for this week. It’s just been busy with school projects and trying to get them all sorted out before I have to run to the other side of the state to look at houses. 302 more words

7 Steps to Becoming a Badass Entrepreneur

When Virgin Entrepreneur published a blog today about being awesome in 2015, we were excited. Not only because we love motivational pieces, but because they asked guest blogger, … 106 more words

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Herbal 101: Borage

Borage (Borago officinalis)

Sun: Full Sun to Part Shade

Cultivate: Sow seeds directly in the ground after the last chance of frost has passed or start seeds indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost. 168 more words

Homesteading

New year, new start

Well well 2014 is nearly over and we have yet to achieve our goals. We will become stronger, more successful, more productive and eventually more taller! 40 more words

Grow Tall

Herbal 101: Rosemary

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Sun: Full Sun

Cultivate: Rosemary has an extremely low germination rate from seeds, so it is most often propagated through cuttings. Cuttings can be encouraged to root with rooting hormone and should be kept in a shaded area until they are well rooted. 98 more words

Homesteading

Grow Herbaceous Perennials - How to multiply with division

Growing Hardy Perennials in comparison to annuals, shrubs or trees is relatively easy! Once established herbaceous perennials will multiply quickly, division will help keep plants fresh, vigorous and disease free. 336 more words

Garden Tips

Herbal 101 --- Dill

Dill (Anethum graveolens)

Sun: Full Sun

Cultivate: Sow seeds directly into the ground after the chance of the last frost has passed and soil temperatures hover around 60°. 124 more words

Homesteading