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I am in love with lady ferns and tuck every variety into shaded crevices, niches, nooks, and crannies in my homestead rockery. Apple-green in the spring and a glorious golden-yellow in autumn, lady fern is one of the easiest plants to grow in moist, shaded locations. With hundreds of species of lady fern and dozens…
We’ve recently put out quite a few articles on ways that you can build an oven to cook food with the most ancient of methods: fire. So far, we’ve got articles on Outdoor Brick Ovens, (largely indoor) Masonry Ovens, and Outdoor Earthen Ovens. But of all the materials that you can build with, nothing speaks…
Did you know there’s a flower that pokes its bud through the snow, impatient for spring? They’re called snowdrops, galanthus nivalis. They’re one of my favorite flowers, especially since they’re a sure sign that spring is on the way. But did you also know that there’s more than one type of snowdrop? And there are snowdrops that actually grow in the autumn!