Category Archives: Garden

Gardening in Texas hardiness Zone 8a

What Food Is Growing In My Homestead Garden in May?

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

I’m sharing what I’ve planted in my Texas Homestead garden, where you can find those plants and seeds for your own garden and even different ways & recipes I use I enjoy each thing I harvest.

C’mon and walk with me through the garden & let’s see what’s “growing” on these days.

After a rocky start getting the garden going this year, I'm finally getting to the point that I can get outside for light garden work, potatoes, onions, peppers, beans #TexasHomesteader

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April Garden Update: Come See What’s New In My Homestead Vegetable Garden!

By Texas Homesteader ~  

Come see what’s growing in my Homestead garden. And I’m sharing tips like my favorite garden-planning tool, two ways to get an early start on starting seeds, my favorite raised bed, the benefits of living mulch, making my own soil and MORE!

Let’s stroll through my NE Texas Homestead garden and see what’s going on…

My zone 8 vegetable garden tips, progress, etc. Come see! #TexasHomesteader

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All Our Best How-To Garden Posts, Tips & Tricks In One Place!

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

Spring is drawing near. We’re all ready to get in our gardens, with dreams of lush growing vegetables dancing in our heads.

So I’m sharing this garden roundup post to offer insight into garden planning, raised beds, edible landscape, saving money in your garden and more.

Best Gardening Tips and tricks to make gardening easier - Garden basket Produce fresh vegetables Harvest #TexasHomesteader

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How To Keep Plants & Trees Watered During Drought Conditions

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

When the weather turns hot & dry it can be hard on your plants and trees. Especially trying to keep them properly watered. Here in NE Texas we’ve actually slipped once again into a severe drought. So I’m employing many efforts to keep my plants and trees healthy.

After I planted my small tree our area once again slipped into a drought. See what we did to easily keep my tree watered during the drought. #TexasHomesteader
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