Did you know certain vegetables get better when grown for winter harvest?

Gardening in the winter is like trying to get a cactus to hug you – it’s prickly and cold, but with a little love (and some warm gloves), anything is possible. Did you know that certain crops, like kale and cabbage, turn sweeter after frost? Did you know many other vegetables get better when grown for […]

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How to help your chickens survive cold temperatures without a heat source or electricity.

This week at Garden on a hill, we are talking about Chickens and how to keep them warm without a heat source or electricity. We have spent the last few days here in the Pacific Northwest in temperatures in the teens. It’s really easy to worry whether or not your chickens are going to be

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