All posts tagged with Home & Life
04/24/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Do you have a bare, shady spot in your garden? Or is your terrace facing the wrong side? Though it

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-24-effortlessly-grow-these-ten-plants-in-the-shade-with-little-to-no-sunlight

04/21/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Do you half-jokingly describe yourself as having a “brown thumb”? The evil twin to the green pixies, this description applies

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-21-10-easy-to-grow-flowers-for-the-beginner-gardener

04/21/2017 / By Russel Davis

According to experts, combining the principles of biointensive gardening and square-foot gardening may help gardeners achieve good harvest despite the

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-21-10-high-yield-vegetables-you-should-be-growing-this-year

04/20/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

As temperatures start to rise, the country’s best hiking trails come alive. Flowers are starting to bloom, birds are nesting,

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-20-how-to-easily-make-a-non-toxic-waterproofer-with-these-two-ingredients

04/20/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Just looking at a sunflower is enough to make anyone happy. The earthly representation of the sun, these flowers are

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-20-brighten-up-your-summer-by-growing-sunflowers-for-beauty-and-health

04/20/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

We’re hitting the middle of Spring! With temperatures rising and your garden soil reaching that “Goldilocks” temperature of not too

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-20-14-vegetables-to-start-planting-in-april

04/18/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Water is one of the world’s most precious resources essential to life. Most of us take it for granted that

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-18-how-to-easily-find-a-fresh-water-spring-in-your-state

04/17/2017 / By Tracey Watson

With more and more people choosing to live “off the grid” and be as self-sufficient as possible, rainwater harvesting systems

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-17-how-to-effortlessly-collect-rainwater-for-your-garden-this-summer

04/16/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Did you know that there’s a place where you can get maple syrup for free? Just look outside. More than

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-16-how-to-get-free-supply-maple-syrup-by-tapping-these-trees-on-your-own

04/15/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Beets are a superfood that can be easily grown right in your own back yard.  This article will walk you

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-15-how-to-harvest-an-endless-supply-of-beets-from-your-back-yard

04/11/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Tomatoes are one of the most delicate plants to care for, especially when it comes to pruning. Pruning has tremendous benefits

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-11-how-to-prune-your-tomatoes-for-a-maximum-yield-this-summer

04/10/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Contrary to popular belief, starting a flower bed from scratch is not that difficult. To be sure, a little planning and

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-10-how-to-effortlessly-start-a-flower-bed-from-scratch

04/07/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Your cup of joe can do more than perk you up in the morning. From exfoliating your face to removing

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-07-20-creative-ways-to-use-old-coffee-grounds

04/07/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Compared to regular paraffin candles, soy candles might not seem all that different at first glance. A candle’s a candle,

http://www.homesteading.news/2017-04-07-how-to-make-survival-candles-with-soy-wax

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