You might want to consider supplementing your chicken feed with some great plants around your garden. Besides saving you money, these plants sampled here have a high nutritional value and they are good for your chicken. #freerange #crazychickenlady #chickenenthusiast #urbanchickens #freerangechickens #backyardpoultry #lapchicken #happychickens #fresheggs #chickeneggs #farmfresheggs #turkeys #quail #backyardquail #ducks #ducklove #urbanfarming #theurbanchicken via @homesteadhippy #chickencoop
Have you ever tried to grow broccoli only to be disappointed by small heads, black rotted spots, yellow fruit and leaves, or worse…worms? Eww! Isn’t it so disappointing?! I know, I’ve been there! Just like every garden failure, I learned from the experience, and I have figured out the tricks to growing great broccoli!
How to Grow an Indoor Garden | Grow a Good Life: "The last few years, I have experimented with growing greens indoors in the winter using my DIY Grow Light System in the cool basement. This year, I am starting some seeds early so we can enjoy fresh harvests for salads, stir-frys, or soups even if a Nor’easter rages outside." | #prepbloggers #garden #indoors
Fresh peas straight from the garden are sweeter than anything you can buy at the store. Peas are easy to grow in your garden, and because they normally grow vertically, provide a high yield in a small growing area. Read more about peas – planting, growing and harvesting peas.