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You can have a garden even in small spaces [infographic]

February 22, 2014 Food

While it is still winter, we are headed towards spring and it is time to start thinking about what you want to grow in your own garden. This week’s infographic will hopefully inspire you! I know many folks say they do not have the space for a garden, but you really can grow in small […]

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Farmer Hubby and Our Tiny Garden Wordless Wednesday

July 17, 2013 Food

Farmer Hubby, notice he shaved off his Duck Dynasty beard finally, and our little garden. He really wants to be a real farmer, but for now this has to do. Looks like green beans will be on the menu soon, fresh from the garden! Is this not the cutest little jalapeno you’ve ever seen? I […]

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Tell Me Your Gardening Tips and Burpee Gift Card Giveaway

February 26, 2013 Reviews & Giveaways

When I was very young Grandma and Grandpa moved to the country. I do not recall if Grandma was a catalog shopper before she moved there, but I know once she was in the country she had tons of catalogs always. One of my favorites was the Burpee catalog. They have plants and seeds for […]

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Backyard Farming Book Launch Party and Prizes

December 7, 2012 Living

One of my fellow bloggers, the amazing Angela England, has a new book! She is celebrating the launch of Backyard Farming on an Acre (More of Less) with a party and prizes! Stop by the Backyard Farming blog and get all the details on how to win and more information about her book. Disclosure: None, […]

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Behind the scenes at the Green Giant Valley

February 20, 2012 Food

Do you all remember that last August I went to the Green Giant Valley? That was such a wonderful trip and really interesting learning about the corn – you would not believe how much goes into making it. While we were there they took several videos of us also talking about the trip, what we […]

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Scotts Turf Builder Review

May 28, 2011 Living

We have a tiny little lawn, but Hubby likes to take care of it. I’m not quite sure I understand that because he complains about when it needs cut, but hey whatever floats his boat. I thought by now he would be having Taylor cut the grass, but he refuses and says he finds it […]

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Stop the spread of ornamental pear trees

April 2, 2011 Living

I’m guilty. I have a Bradford Pear tree in my yard, I bought it myself several years ago. It looked sad because it was crooked and I thought no one would buy it, so I rescued it. The tree is very pretty, but I have learned since then that they break easily. On top of […]

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What are your gardening secrets?

March 9, 2011 robynsonlineworld

Spring is slowing starting to spring and I know Hubby is anxious to get out and try another vegetable garden this year. While we would love to start from seeds inside the house, we really don’t have a place for that. We will most likely start with small plants as soon as they arrive at […]

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What about those Aerogardens?

February 27, 2011 robynsonlineworld

I remember a couple of years ago this AeroGardens were a big deal, but it seems like I hear very little about them these days. Did you all buy one? Do you still use it now? Is it as good as you thought it would be?   Disclosure: None, I’m just curious.

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