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Cucumbers growing and looking nice!

Cucumbers growing and looking nice!

We started our homesteading journey as suburban homesteaders in a townhouse not far from Washington, D.C. Growing vegetables and herbs in containers on our tiny back deck, replacing landscaped azaleas and ivy with tomatoes, cucumbers, and bush beans, learning to can, sew, and cook from scratch were the tasks we started with. As much as we wanted a home in the country and to increase our self-sufficiency, we weren't in a position to move. For five years we dreamed and planned of beginning a…

We started our homesteading journey as suburban homesteaders in a townhouse not far from Washington, D.C. Growing vegetables and herbs in containers on our tiny back deck, replacing landscaped azaleas and ivy with tomatoes, cucumbers, and bush beans, learning to can, sew, and cook from scratch were the tasks we started with. As much as we wanted a home in the country and to increase our self-sufficiency, we weren't in a position to move. For five years we dreamed and planned of beginning a…

Self Sufficient Cafe: Specials Board: Three Cucumbers Salad with Basil & Lime Dressing

Self Sufficient Cafe: Specials Board: Three Cucumbers Salad with Basil & Lime Dressing

The Gardener’s Resource Page - Over 75 gardening tips and tricks and articles for the vegetable gardener!

The Gardener’s Resource Page - Over 75 gardening tips and tricks and articles for the vegetable gardener!

3 of 3 | Self-sufficient gardens [Farmhouse Landscape by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design]  "Today, the family is self-sufficient for food, except for 'alcohol, caffeine and most carbohydrates,' says Helgerson. They grow their own tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins, onions, okra and 'every type of berry that comes to mind.'"

3 of 3 | Self-sufficient gardens [Farmhouse Landscape by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design] "Today, the family is self-sufficient for food, except for 'alcohol, caffeine and most carbohydrates,' says Helgerson. They grow their own tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins, onions, okra and 'every type of berry that comes to mind.'"

We started our homesteading journey as suburban homesteaders in a townhouse not far from Washington, D.C. Growing vegetables and herbs in containers on our tiny back deck, replacing landscaped azaleas and ivy with tomatoes, cucumbers, and bush beans, learning to can, sew, and cook from scratch were the tasks we started with. As much as we wanted a home in the country and to increase our self-sufficiency, we weren't in a position to move. For five years we dreamed and planned of beginning a…

We started our homesteading journey as suburban homesteaders in a townhouse not far from Washington, D.C. Growing vegetables and herbs in containers on our tiny back deck, replacing landscaped azaleas and ivy with tomatoes, cucumbers, and bush beans, learning to can, sew, and cook from scratch were the tasks we started with. As much as we wanted a home in the country and to increase our self-sufficiency, we weren't in a position to move. For five years we dreamed and planned of beginning a…

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