The Easiest Way to Pull Weeds!

Save your back and knees with this handy weed remover! Yard work is hands down my favorite hobby. It is so relaxing and makes for a great stress reliever. My favorite part about doing yard work is that you get instant gratification and rewards from ... Read More...

Home Depot: Earthgro Mulch 4/$10!!!

  Update your landscape with mulch! I wait for this sale every year to pick up extra mulch. I really love this brand's mulch because the color stays for quite some time. The bag actually says it's guaranteed for 1 year but to be honest I ... Read More...

How to Freeze Zucchini

August 7, 2015 5 Comments | Disclosure

{Pin This} If you grew even one plant of Zucchini you probably have so much you don't know what to do with it all (I do).  One of the best ways to preserve Zucchini is to freeze it.  It is SUPER quick and easy to freeze and has many different uses.  ... Read More...

Shade Coverage in Your Garden

Keep the Plants Shaded in your Garden Now that June is here the temperatures are starting to heat up! Several of the cold weather crops I planted have been doing well this spring, and I'm hoping to extend the harvest a bit longer. Vegetables ... Read More...

Garden Tips: Beneficial Plants & Bugs

Keep Pests Away Naturally by Using Plants and Bugs! Now that you have your garden started and growing it is a good time to start thinking about pest control for your fruits and veggies. While I enjoy working in the garden, there is nothing worse ... Read More...

Gardening: Bird Netting for Berry Bushes

 Keep the Birds Out and Your Berries In! Growing season is fully in bloom in Southern Idaho, and I am getting excited about the berries in our box! However, last year we only were able to harvest a hand full of delicious & fresh strawberries ... Read More...

Deep Root Watering in Your Garden

Use an Old Milk Container to Water your Garden I have found there are different options for deep watering, and today I want to share with you how to use an old milk gallon jug to help your plants get the water they need! It's a simple, fast, and ... Read More...

Planting in May & Vertical Gardening

May 6, 2015 1 Comment | Disclosure

Planting in May & Growing your Garden Vertically!   Now that May is here it's time to plant broccoli, lettuce, carrots, chard, peppers, tomatoes, okra, cucumbers, squash, melons, and pumpkins! The weather has been warm this week and ... Read More...

Gardening Tips: Growing Potatoes (Part 1)

April 29, 2015 2 Comments | Disclosure

 Frugal Gardening - Grow Potatoes in Old Tires There's something special about growing your own food. In years past  I have loved going out to the garden as I prepare dinner and pick fresh herbs, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, and more! ... Read More...