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How to grow lemon tree from seed.  I am always putting seeds in the dirt and was surprised when I planted 5 lemon seeds and they all just took off.

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How to grow lemon tree from seed. I am always putting seeds in the dirt and was surprised when I planted 5 lemon seeds and they all just took off.

How to regrow green onions.  Just cut and put in water!  These pictures show just how fast the green onions will grow in just 1 week!!!

How to regrow green onions. Just cut and put in water! These pictures show just how fast the green onions will grow in just 1 week!!!

Grow a fall vegetable garden | Living the Country Life

Grow a fall vegetable garden | Living the Country Life

How to Pick a Watermelon...the one life hack you'll use over and over again!  Get the perfect, sweet, and juicy melon every time!

How to Pick a Good Watermelon

How to Pick a Watermelon...the one life hack you'll use over and over again! Get the perfect, sweet, and juicy melon every time!

Weeds – How to forage for free superfoods.   Many weeds are healthier than the greens you can buy from the greengrocers.   Here's an overview of the benefits of eating weeds and weedy superfoods for beginner foragers. I recommend beginner foragers start with these easy to recognise weeds: Dandelion, Chickweed, Purslane, Fat Hen/Lamb’s Quarters, Scurvy weed, Sowthistle, and Stinging nettle.

Weeds – How to forage for free superfoods. Many weeds are healthier than the greens you can buy from the greengrocers. Here's an overview of the benefits of eating weeds and weedy superfoods for beginner foragers. I recommend beginner foragers start with these easy to recognise weeds: Dandelion, Chickweed, Purslane, Fat Hen/Lamb’s Quarters, Scurvy weed, Sowthistle, and Stinging nettle.

"Ramps, A. tricoccum, (try-KOK-um) right, are also in the onion family, and very common in Appalachia. Farther north they are called “wild leeks.”  Unlike onions and garlic, ramps have wide leaves but are used the same way." I"ve dug plenty of these!

"Ramps, A. tricoccum, (try-KOK-um) right, are also in the onion family, and very common in Appalachia. Farther north they are called “wild leeks.” Unlike onions and garlic, ramps have wide leaves but are used the same way." I"ve dug plenty of these!

Ramps--foraging spring

Ramps--foraging spring

Wild ramps are a delicate-looking plant that add some serious flavor to salads, pasta, lamb and more. They have a strong garlic flavor, and can be consumed from tip to tip.  With their small white bulb, ramps resemble green onions but the leaves are something else altogether -- long, oval, and almost silky, with pointed ends. The pistil or stem is either red or purple.

Foraging for Wild Ramps and Incredible Flavor

Wild ramps are a delicate-looking plant that add some serious flavor to salads, pasta, lamb and more. They have a strong garlic flavor, and can be consumed from tip to tip. With their small white bulb, ramps resemble green onions but the leaves are something else altogether -- long, oval, and almost silky, with pointed ends. The pistil or stem is either red or purple.

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