An edible landscape is a great way to grow food that takes less work than a garden and makes your yard look beautiful.
We can’t always explain why these gardening tips work, but no use in worrying about that when it comes to growing food for your family.
A good survival garden has crops that are easy to grow and produce a lot of food. Here are 12 great choices for beginners.
You can grow a survival garden even if you live in an apartment. Just use your balcony and methods such as hydroponics and terraced trays.
The cold weather months offer plenty of opportunities to get a head start on your spring garden. Here are 10 tasks for you.
If you want to know what plants deliver the most food in the least time, we got you covered with this list of fast-growing vegetables.
There are four factors that make a crop good for a survival garden: ease of growth, ease of storage, nutritional content, and caloric content.
Let’s talk about calorie cropping – growing with the goal of providing calorie-rich food, preferably food you can store for several seasons.
The best survival foods are calorie-dense, providing more calories per pound. You also want a hardy variety that will grow in numerous hardiness zones.
You won’t get a fruit harvest the first year you plant a tree, but if you pick one of the fastest-growing fruit trees, you might get to eat fruit sooner.