I wrote a lot about farming, homesteading and gardening in 2021. Well, when I had time I did. This year kept me busy on the homestead, with more crops than ever. The most read this year were a mix of 2021 posts and ones from previous years. May this give you some winter reading while you wait for the first signs of spring.
The #1 post because if you are hyper local, this was a post to get people going. I wrote it for myself – so I’d have a record on what to do, and when to do it.
We grow amazing garlic on Whidbey Island. Learning to grow it took me a few years to get the how to, but I got there.
I started writing monthly posts when I had time on what to get done by the month. June was a very popular one.
It was June, but I was trying to get my readers prepped for the long fall.
This was an older post, but still popular.
An older post as well, but very popular. February is when the urge to plant hits a lot of us….
An updated version of the post above from this year.
People hit May and think they have missed the window to grow – and yet they have so much time left.
Growing alpine strawberries isn’t easy, but isn’t hard to learn how to. It’s very fulfilling to learn!