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How to Grow Watermelons – Edible Landscaping

Watermelons grown in a home garden promise to be a sweet, thirst-quenching treat at harvest time. Typically, watermelons are grown indoors and then transplanted into an outdoor garden area after the last frost date has passed....

How to Grow Wine Cap Mushrooms – Edible Landscaping

One of the easiest mushrooms to start growing at home is the Wine Cap mushroom, also known as King Stropharia. Wine cap mushrooms grow as big as portobello mushrooms, and have a meaty texture and taste. The spawn can be grown on a bed of wood chips and soil,...

How to Grow Mulberries – Edible Landscaping

Mulberries are often underestimated as an edible berry. They may not share spots by the strawberries, blueberries and raspberries that line the supermarkets, but they are excellent preserved as a jam, cooked in recipes or to enjoy just as a handful. Mulberries are also great because they grow abundantly...

Fresh Delicious Quail Eggs – Micro Homesteading

Quail eggs are delicious and packed with more protein than chicken eggs. Substitute three quail eggs for one chicken egg in recipes. Raising quail is a great alternative to chickens if you don't have a lot of space. Each egg contains just 14 calories and 1 gram of...