Poor country boy gardening is when you want or need something for your garden and can't afford it. So you get creative on how to get it trading or bartering for it. digging it up out of an empty field or off the side of the road or a neighbors yard.With permission of courseSee More
"Trying a solution to keep squirrels out of the feeder that a customer says works. Suspend a piece of 4 inch galvanized pipe on the feeder pole with the bottom opening enclosed. Will let you know if it works"
"My cat grace ( a pound cat) came with her ear tipped. Always tought she had got it from a fight. Now I know. She is somewhat of an odd ball cat with strange behavior. Maybe she was a kitten that was part of a stray community as she is very…"
"Found a recipe on line for liquid fabric softener.
6 cups water
3 cups white vinegar
1 1/2 to 2 cups hair conditioner
warm water before adding conditioner.
I will give it a try when I run out of what I have"
"one is good. you are only going to use 1/3 of the bar. I've never used the frang oil. And your washing soda and borax will last a long time. I've been making tis for over a year and have not used up those two items yet"
"The boys that are coming to help me eat it right off the plant. They are whole/raw food eaters. I'm hoping to learn from them too. But I like warm cooked foods so it will be hard for me to go raw all the way for awhile."
"Keryn I grow sorrel but I don't eat it since I don't like things that make me pucker. It goes in salads and anything else you like that tastes like biting into a lemon. Treat it like any other green. Put sorrel recipes into your search…"
"I planted carrot seeds in late Autumn and nothing happened. I thought you silly thing that was a waste of time when winter is coming. I went out to put some more in and theres heaps of tiny carrots up. HAPPY My days are growing longer again.…"
"Love fuchsias, I will pruning mine back hard soon, so they put on a good show for spring. I prune mine twice a year, at the end of winter and the end of summer and they keep flowering for most of the year. I,m not sure how cold you get, but they…"