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Growing Strawberries

Who doesn't love strawberries?  With grocery store berries costing between $3-$5 per pound and chocked full of 13 nasty pesticides, it is time to grow your own.  Growing strawberries, while it takes a little time to get them established, your strawberry plants and it's runners continue to produce for years to come.  Let's get started! …

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Goji Berries: The Cancer-Fighting Chinese Superfood You Can Grow At Home

Written by: Off The Grid News Staff Goji berries, native to China, are a booming food fad that can benefit homesteaders looking for an easy-to-grow berry that packs a huge health punch. Growing goji berries is fairly simple. You will need to purchase a bare root plant or seeds from sources like online nurseries. To …

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Growing Peas

Peas are one of the tastiest vegetables to plant in a garden.  They are easy to grow, sweet when picked at the right time, chocked full of protein, easy to harvest and store.  This is definitely one of my go-to veggies. Sow At the end of January; directly sow seeds in succession (enough for one …

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Grow Your Own Lemon Tree From Lemon Seeds

by Michelle Nati How easy it to grow a lemon tree? Save some seeds and find out! During the winter months, these abundant fruit trees can grow indoors, and will produce beautiful blooms which will make the house fragrant. First, make sure the seeds you use are from organic lemons (non-organic lemons often contain non-sprouting …

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Growing Spinach

Spinach is one of the tastiest vegetables to plant in a garden.  It is easy to grow, super cold hardy, chocked full of vitamins and minerals, crisp and sweet, easy to harvest and great in almost any recipe.  This is definitely one of my go-to veggies.  There are three types of spinach: Savoyed, Semi-Savoyed and …

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