Winter Veggies

As fall approaches, you may have noticed some of your garden veggies have slowed down. The leaves may look a little crispy or droopy or they’re starting to yellow. At this point in the season, it probably doesn’t have to do with watering. Plants that went into the ground back in May or June are …

Sheet Mulching

So you want to ditch your lawn? We decided to ditch ours this summer (well, most of it). It was one of numerous projects we had planned for our yard this year, and if possible, we wanted to keep the cost of the project lower by doing the labor ourselves. After a little research and …

Garden Fresh Pico de Gallo

Making your own pico de gallo salsa is an easy way to spice up your Taco Tuesday! With ripe tomatoes and jalapenos from your garden, the freshness and flavor of this salsa will out shine any store bought pico. If you grow your own onions and cilantro, even better!  Pico de Gallo 3-4 ripe tomatoes …