Freezing Green Peppers & Onions

Green peppers and onions, the veggies of champions. A joyous occasion when I am making meals like meatloaf, and a compliment to mushrooms and spinach when you add a kiss of garlic powder.  In our house, it is a staple, at least to me. And since I had so many, I didn’t want them to waste. Now, there are many ways to preserve this dynamic … Continue reading Freezing Green Peppers & Onions

New Gardener 101 – Vegetable Gardening in 7 Steps

Are you a new gardener and are interested in living a more self-sufficient and sustainable lifestyle? If so, then creating a garden is a wonderful place to start! Creating a new garden does not require purchasing expensive equipment or buying acres of land, on the contrary, you can start by using your patio or backyard. Starting a garden is a healthy and beneficial hobby that … Continue reading New Gardener 101 – Vegetable Gardening in 7 Steps

Vegetable Seed Packets – Info You Should Know

It’s that time again “Gardening Season!” If you are new to gardening and are interested in seed starting, in today’s post, we are going to talk about vegetable seed packets and the info you need to know. If you have old seeds and you want to learn if they are any good check out my post about “Old Vegetable Seeds – Are They Still Good?“ … Continue reading Vegetable Seed Packets – Info You Should Know

Old Vegetable Seeds – Are they Still Good?

Have a few old garden packets lying and wondering if they are still good? Find out in today’s post! We are going to talk about sprouting aged vegetable seeds. BTW: If you are new to Gardening, no worries! Check out my previous post where I talked about “How to Read and Understand Seed Packets.” So it’s that time of year again, “Seed Starting.” During this … Continue reading Old Vegetable Seeds – Are they Still Good?