5 Cheap Gardening Ideas

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Planting Potatoes

Planting potatoes is not difficult. In fact, with just a little bit of time, you can get a lot of potatoes in the ground pretty quickly. Here’s a step-by-step guide to planting potatoes in your own garden. Step #1. Start with good seed potatoes. We usually purchase several pounds of seed potatoes from our local…

planting guide for Central Texas

Planting Guide for Central Texas

I don’t know about you, but for me it helps to know when to plant specific plants. There are some plants that do better in the spring (carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes) and summer (okra, basil, peppers) and others that do better in cooler temperatures (lettuces, broccoli, spinach, peas). To help you (and your garden) out, here…

Killing Aphids with Soapy Water

Killing Aphids with Soapy Water

My husband noticed white fuzz on our garden plants (mainly the blackberry bush and rose bush), as well as in other trees around our yard. After closer inspection, he realized these were aphids, which can destroy our garden. We have never seen an aphid problem this large before. Trees were turning white with this powdery…

harvesting-and-storing onions

Harvesting and Storing Onions

One of the easiest things to do is harvesting and storing onions. This past fall we planted 2 tubs of onions. (Please pay no mind to the weeds and baby Spanish Oaks mingled with the onions). Now that we’re into summer, it’s finally time to fully harvest them. We’ve been using them throughout the winter…

planning your spring garden

Planning Your Spring Garden

In January, it’s time to start planning your spring garden. Where are you going to put your garden? Do you need to amend the soil? Does it get enough sunshine? Do you need to enlarge the garden plot this year? Do you need to order seeds? These are all things to consider. You may even…

the mighty chile pequin

Ah, the Mighty Chile Pequin

Chile Pequins are an extremely hot pepper rating above 30,000 Scoville Units. Yep…hotter than a jalapeno. I’ve grown to really love these peppers as they are tiny enough to provide a great amount of heating using just a little bit. This is the first year we ever planted a chile pequin, although we’ve tried to…

fly paper isn't just for flies

Fly Paper Isn’t Just For Flies

We have a TONĀ of flies already this year and it’s just now June 1st. For some reason our back porch attracts a gargantuan amount of flies. It may have something to do with the amount of sunshine our back porch receives during the day. One thing we do each year is invest in fly paper.…

9 ways to use excess zucchini

9 Ways to Use Excess Squash

It’s the middle of May and I’ve already picked about 9 yellow squash and two green squash. We only planted 3 summer squash plants and one winter squash. The winter squash takes about 90 days to mature (as it’s more like a pumpkin than a summer squash). So, while that’s growing, we are getting quite…

And so it grows …

The last garden pictures I took are when the garden was just starting to grow. With all the rain we’ve had in the past month our garden has taken off! I’m so pleased with it and soooo excited that we’ve already picked basil and flat leaf parsley (it’s hanging and drying right now). And, I…