Suburban Homestead

Tomatoes are Poisonous? 5 Deliciously Weird Facts about Tomatoes

Look at a tomato long enough and it starts to look weirder and weirder, but is it also toxic? Could it kill you. Learn facts about tomatoes you may not have known.
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Suburban Homestead - 6 Reasons to Use Mulch

If you have not discovered the joy of mulching, you don't know what your garden is missing. In episode 5 of the Suburban Homestead series you will find out six reasons to start mulching today. This web series is devoted to inspire the love for organic gardening and sustainable living. Using natural principles, including permaculture, you can learn how to grow more of your own food.

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Suburban Homestead - Plant Spacing

Mid spring is the time to plant outside the seedlings you have started earlier inside. Learn about the importance of hardening off plants before planting and explore the right spacing for planting vegetables.
Suburban Homestead is a web-series devoted to gardening and sustainability. Bi-monthly episodes with practical how-tos.
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Suburban Homestead - What is Hugelkultur

Mid spring in the garden.
As seedlings grow indoors, it is time to prepare the soil.
Learn to set up a hugelkultur inspired raised garden bed that conserves water and uses garden debris as a resource (a technique borrowed from permaculture).
The second episode to the Suburban Homestead web-series, it provides practical how-tos to growing your own food and live a more sustainable life.
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Suburban Homestead - How to grow a Garden

Early spring in the garden
Learn to start seeds indoors. Follow a recipe for homemade bread with spring herbs.
This is the first of many bimonthly videos that delve into issues of self-sufficiency and sustainable organic gardening with practical how-tos.
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