Hi there, I am currently living in an apartment with a decent sized walkable balcony that gets about 7 to 9 hours of direct sunlight a day. I want to start my own vegetable garden but I am not sure where to begin, I just want to keep it as simple... (more)
Hi, I am on low carb and very low sugar diet for almost a year, gradually move to Paleo. ) This fall we moved to the house and I want to plant a garden. I am new to Paleo and new to gardening and I am pretty confused. I want to plant vegetables... (more)
Has anyone looked at the kinds of plants recommended for permaculture (see PFAF etc) to see how they intersect Paleo in terms of antinutrients? My personal approach is more the "can I grow it/catch it?" and no counting of calories, macronutrients... (more)
When it comes to eating, I have no problem. Now I wish to enter the world of self sustainable growing. I have grown successfully in the past, but with the typical modern supplies. How do you prepare your soil organically, and what are the top 10... (more)
So what are your best hacks for Paleo Gardening? How do you keep critters and pests out of your future bounty? I live in the Stockton area of the central valley in California.
Hi all, I have a rose plant that I was meaning to re-pot in a larger container, but now it's a bit late and it's wilting :( besides re-potting, what can I do/feed it or use as fertilizer to help it out? I've heard of egg shells but not much else... (more)
Soil-based Probiotics... my used this and he grew great roses. He was friends with the owners that patented the strain. FloraBalance BOD strain (Bacillus laterosporus) -- it comes in a powdered form at iherb.com
I am planning my garden here in Minnesota and I'd like some input fron some other paleo peeps. I want to plant things that we can enjoy fresh but will also freeze or can well. Would especially appreciate any tips for freezing or canning fresh... (more)
Where I live (Ohio, US) they grow like weeds even in bad soil. I can only imagine how they'd respond to rich fertile soil. Free leafy greens all summer? I just bought some from the store and was reminded of how delicious they are.
I live in Ohio. I tried to "gather" some dandelions in my backyard. Pick them when they are still young in the spring not summer before the flowers blossom. By summer, dandelion leaves get too bitter and tough.
Does anyone know of any good resources on starting and developing a vegetable garden? Just had a delicious cauliflower mash for dinner and thought hey, I should ditch the bulk farmed variety, not have to pay the exorbitant price of organic and... (more)
Consider your working within the confines of about an acre. I grew up were we had one acre of manicured lawn and a few acres of woodland. We made trails, hung out, and generally just spent a lot of time in the woods. I've always found our... (more)
I'm in grad school, in a tiny studio apartment. If it is allowed, I'd love to grow a plant -- better air quality, it's something green. Any tips on what kind of plant (including herbs I might cook with), or the best place to get one in NYC? Thanks! (more)
Hi community, a few years ago we planted a few wild garlic plants in our garden and over the years they have spread all over the place. They really are everywhere! Now, being paleo, I want to use the most paleo food available to me in the... (more)
i dont like many vegetables so im wondering if i can get much of the recommended amount of nutrients from home grown fruits with plenty of fertilizer. what would you guys recommend? so far i am planning on growing grapes, hardy kiwi,... (more)
I live in the city in an apartment with an east facing balcony. I want to set up an edible garden for my own veggies as I cant seem to get through a CSA box before it goes bad, and this way I know I can get only stuff I like. Not to mention the... (more)
It's getting to be that time of year and I wanted to see if anyone is getting a paleo garden started! I'll be including the following into mine: Greens (various lettuces, arugula, spinach, kale, and chard), carrots, parsnips, peas (mainly for... (more)
First year doing a garden, but so far we have a mesclun mix, spinach, Swiss chard, two types of tomatoes, carrots, broccoli, onions, lots of peppers, strawberries, mint, basil, pomegranate tree, we still want to get to get a lemon tree, and orange... (more)
We'd bought a home back in '08 that had nothing but a pathetic attempt at a lawn. In the years since I had ripped out the failing lawn and put in perennials and shrubs and ground covers. All was well and beautiful. I started Paleo during the... (more)
My husband and I are going to have a garden this next season, so I have been working on getting the earth prepared. My next quest is to find a good composter. I have read so many reviews and talked to a few people that have had them, and no one... (more)
The potato plants in my garden have taken the unusual step of fruiting. Most gardening books say you should just discard the fruit because any potatoes grown from them would be completely unpredictable mostly primitive throwbacks (although I... (more)