Homegrown Honey Bees: An Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Beekeeping Your First Year, from Hiving to Honey Harvest 

There are quite a lot of books published on beekeeping as it’s a delicate and specialized endeavor. You’ll find several book reviews here on the website already and we’ll likely have many more in the future. Today we want to draw your attention to this book that we find is particularly well suited for newbie […]

Noodlehead Flexible Garden Sprinkler

One of the most tedious tasks of having a garden is watering it especially when you have a big one. We have tried a lot of different sprinklers in the past to make watering easier. However, we have always found that there are parts of the garden that the sprinklers don’t get for one reason […]

Midwest Air Tech Mesh Garden Fence Keeps Bunnies Out of My Lettuce!

When you have a lot of small critters in your yard that would love to make lunch out of anything in your garden, you need a fence. This is currently the case at my house. That is why we love this easy to use mesh garden fence! We started using it several years ago when […]

The Practical Beekeeper: Beekeeping Naturally [All Volumes]

For those looking to begin beekeeping, there are few better resources than Michael Bush. Mr. Bush has kept bees since the 1970s, and has shared his knowledge and philosophy about this subject on his website and on YouTube. Now, he presents everything in one easy-to-read compendium, The Practical Beekeeper. This guide gives every beekeeper valuable […]

Review of the Build a Beehive Beekeeping Starter Kit

Everything is included in this kit to get your first hive started, except the bees. Having everything come in one box is a huge advantage – a lot easier than purchasing all these items individually. The beehive boxes are made of quality materials and everything is pre-cut, you just need to assemble. Having a rubber […]