Helpful items for Gardening

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Every aspiring homesteader needs to get started somewhere.  Starting from scratch can be a daunting task.  No need to put stress on yourself.  This is supposed to be a fun process that eventually becomes a way of life for you and your family.

We are still working on our homestead.  Its always an ever changing experience that we learn and grow from.  

Here is a convent little gardening kit you can start with.  It has everything you need to get started.

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I found these and they are an amazing invention for someone who just like to work with their hands.  I can’t count how many times I’ve dug in the earth with my regular gardening gloves and they get all soaked and muddy.  They get ruined and my hands end up all wet and dirty,  the very thing I’m trying to avoid by wearing the gloves in the first place.  These are the perfect solution to this issue.

 

Another handy item that will be invaluable for you for years to come is a good book that you can refer to whenever needed.  I love google and YouTube as resources as well BUT its always nice to have a good book where I can bookmark ideas and write notes within the pages and have handy outside while working.

Here are some books that will be helpful on your own homestead/home garden.

When working in the yard you will notice there will be a lot of back and forth from your garden areas and where you keep your supplies.  Having a wagon or wheel barrow comes in extremely handy.  Below you will see some choices of wheel barrows and a garden cart that are very helpful to have when moving mulch, fertilizer, potted plants or even somewhere to put your harvest of vegetables from your garden.

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