Growing vegetables in buckets enables people with limited space to grow their own food and no matter where they live, they can eat well.
Gardening is a fun, healthy and rewarding activity, but in a survival situation, knowing how to grow your own food is a necessity.
Knowing that you can feed your family fresh, healthy, delicious food, without needing any soil or space, gives you peace of mind.
Vertical gardening adds a new dimension to your prepping since you can grow your own healthy, fresh survival food in a limited space.
Gardening season is approaching so it’s time to start thinking about new methods of growing your own food. What about hydroponics?
It’s survival food time again! Let’s learn some food lessons from The Great Depression and see how you can grow your own survival food!
Starting a survival garden is one of your resolutions for 2017? If so, here are some ideas about how to grow efficient food crops.
You don’t always need a ton of water to grow food. That’s where low-water crops come in. Here is how to start your low-water garden.
Did you run out of solutions on growing food in small spaces? Think outside the box and turn traditional gardening upside down! Literally!
You don’t want all of your gardening efforts to be wasted during winter. Here are 10 steps to follow to protect your survival garden.
When it comes to growing your plants, space is a problem, but not for vertical gardening. Here is how to start your own vertical garden.
Trying to live self-sufficiently in an urban area is challenging but you can grow your food even though you live in the city. Here is how!
The medicinal properties and ease of growth make ginger a plant that you should definitely have in your survival garden!
When SHTF, you’ll want to have a discreet garden to grow some survival food. You can create a survival garden inside a terrarium. Here’s how!
While autumn may not be associated with gardening by default, there’s still plenty you can do. Did you know these tips?
Let’s talk about how to make and use your very own manure tea to get the best out of your crops. Your garden will most definitely enjoy a cup.