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Creating a classic arbor for the entrance to the garden has been on our to-do for a long time. In fact, ever since we first fenced in the garden back in 2013, we knew it wouldn’t truly be complete without
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When it comes to trying to find a better way to grow cucumbers – we are always up for the challenge. After all, cucumbers are one of our family’s favorite vegetables. Not only are they amazing fresh from the garden,
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This past weekend we decided to make one of our favorite breakfast meals – Old Fashioned Biscuits and Gravy. We usually save this recipe for special occasions or when we are feeding a large group for breakfast. However, the weather
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What do you miss most about the time you spent growing up? I heard a line the other day from a movie that made me stop and think about that very subject. I’m sure I have a few words twisted,
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When it comes to working less, weeding less, and having more fun growing vegetables – a simple no-till garden is the answer! Simply put, there is never a need to till your garden. In fact, tilling your soil every garden
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Because we get lots of questions on how to make pickles we decided to share our favorite crispy dill pickle recipe. We love to make our own pickles from our garden cucumbers. But how disappointing when you open a jar
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When it comes to providing a huge splash of summertime color to flowerbeds and landscapes, spring planted bulbs are the answer! Not only are they big on color, they are easy on long-term care. Spring planted bulbs require very little
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“What is the absolute best way to plant tomatoes?” That question was posed to us last week via email from one of our readers located in upstate New York. It is a question we actually receive quite often – and
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Today we decided to dedicate our typical recipe of the week article to highlight our favorite Easter recipes. Each week we bring you a recipe that we have made in our OWG kitchen. Whether it be a recipe that comes
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There is nothing quite like creating a beautiful outdoor living space to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Especially one that doesn’t cost a fortune. Whether it is a place to grill, cook and enjoy a delicious meal, a fire
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When it comes to growing blackberries, the rewards are delicious – like blackberry cobbler, blackberry pie, and blackberry jam! I can still remember as a kid heading out to nearby fence lines for a little blackberry picking. Dressed in jeans
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Instant Pot Strawberry Honey Jam It is hard to believe that we first posted our Strawberry Honey Jam recipe 5 years ago! This recipe is by far the most popular recipe on our website. In fact, it has had nearly
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When it comes to keeping rabbits out of our garden and flowerbeds, we never had much of a problem. That is, until recently. We planted our very first garden at the farm in 2011, and there was not a single
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If there is one simple secret that can make all the difference in growing a productive, low maintenance, high producing, weed free vegetable garden – it is using mulch. But even of more importance – its about using the right
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Irish Shepherd’s Pie is a twist off of the traditional Shepherd’s Pie recipe that was thought to originate in Scotland or Britain. Shepherd’s Pie is a baked meat pie made from lamb meat that is either cut in small chunks
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If you have been around gardening or gardeners long enough, chances are, you have heard a good share of old-time garden myths and legends. Gardeners have been passing down tips, tricks and knowledge for years. Some of that advice is
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When it comes to battling stink bugs in the home, the fight got very personal a few weeks back. Way too personal! It was a beautiful Saturday evening. Actually, one of the few we have had during this so-far, very
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I have always had a love hate relationship with cornbread. When I was a young child, I had campfire cornbread that was so dry and unflavorful that I avoided it for years. Fast forward to college. I went home with
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It’s time to liven up your vegetable garden this year by growing some amazing heirloom tomato plants! Tired of harvesting the same old basic tomato varieties year after year? Then break the mold and grow a few incredibly unique, productive,
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As crazy as it sounds, if you want a garden with less maintenance, less weeds and better yields – stop using a rototiller! Our garden is now going on its 8th year without a rototiller. And I can tell you
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