All posts by Diane Ziomek

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  • Why Alpacas Should Be Part of Your Self Sufficient Life

    Raising your own yarn is a great way to be self sufficient. This article will concentrate on alpaca yarn, and the steps it takes to get it from fiber to finished product. Alpacas are relatively easy to care...

    • Posted June 6, 2013
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  • 8 Ideas To Make Some Extra Income As Part Of Your Self Sufficient Lifestyle

    With the changes in the economics of many areas of the world, those who wish to be self-sufficient should try to, and can truly, do so. Being self-sufficient doesn’t only mean relying on a regular away-from-home job;...

    • Posted May 22, 2013
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  • 5 Essential Tips For Successful Composting

    Compost is the “black gold” of the gardening industry. Here are 5 essential tips for successful composting and by  following a few simple tips you can easily convert your home waste into healthy compost for your plants and garden....

    • Posted May 6, 2013
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  • 7 Herbs You Can Grow in Your Kitchen Window Box

    Imagine a garden filled with herbs, which are available at a moment’s notice and only a few feet from your kitchen. Even if you do not have the space for a big garden, you can still enjoy...

    • Posted April 28, 2013
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  • Save Water With These Alternative Ways To Water Your Garden

    Every garden needs water in order to thrive and survive, just as people do. So it is important to understand the different ways to water your garden, so that you can have healthy produce. So let’s look...

    • Posted April 19, 2013
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  • How to Grow Vegetables in Containers

    The best part about knowing how to grow vegetables in containers is that you don’t need to have acres and acres of space; gardens may be grown in containers just as easily as in a traditional garden...

    • Posted April 11, 2013
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  • The Best 5 Foods for Growing in Your Back Garden in a Cold Climate

    Gardening can be challenging at times, but even more so when faced with the shortened season of a cold climate. It is often difficult to grow produce such as watermelon, cantaloupe or honeydew melon, as these plants...

    • Posted April 9, 2013
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