With the weather cooling down, nothing tastes better and warms you up more than a home-made soup! With the use of the instant pot, this potato soup is fast and simple to make when you are feeling the need to warm your soul. I hope you enjoy it as much as our entire family!
This is a list of what we’re planting in August in our zone 7 urban Oklahoma backyard food farm. Click on the name of the vegetable to view more information about growing or preparing that particular plant.
Bill Farris from Praire Wind Nursery joined Dale at the OKC Home + Garden show to talk about 10 different herbs that you can easily grow in your backyard or patio! We also talked about different ways we like to cook with each one as well as how you can preserve your harvest for later!
This is an update and tour of our zone 7 Oklahoma urban backyard organic food farm! I show what we’re currently growing, talk about what we are planting right now, and share some tips and lessons I’ve learned from the summer!
Currants are small, extremely healthy berries that grow on a bush. They are extremely beautiful and sometimes grown simply as an ornamental because they are so pretty and simple to grow!
Aloe Vera makes a beautiful addition to your indoor succulent or tropical garden! It can be planted outdoors if you live in zone 10 or above, otherwise Aloe Vera makes a great indoor plant for your windowsill.
Grapes are one of the most popular fruits to eat but are not commonly grown in many backyards. As beautiful and tasty as they are, grapes should definitely be grown more!
Rutabaga is a great addition to a cold weather garden! It is commonly mistaken for turnips since they look and are grown very similar!
Hops are a perennial bine that is grown for its flowers that is used commonly in home beer brewing. It is important to have both a male and a female plant as the male pollinates the flowers on the female bine. How to Grow: Hops rhizomes can be planted as soon as the last spring frost has occurred. You can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal Web App. […]
Tomatillos are also called a husk tomato or green tomato due to their appearance. They have a dry, green cover outside of the fruit. These plants grow very similarly to its relative the tomato. If planting tomatillos, make sure to plant at least 2 plants so they can pollinate each other.