Lil’ Suburban Homestead: The Making of Our Greenhouse

the making of our greenhouse Lil' Suburban Homestead May 22, 2014:   Join Karen Lynn for her show this week as she shares their journey in “The Making Of  Our     Greenhouse” she shares that they should call their greenhouse “The Mostly Recycled Greenhouse”.   They   saved materials, and stumbled upon some major finds that they were able to re-purpose and then  later       during the show her husband “The Viking” in her life answers questions on how they built the  greenhouse   and why?  They built their greenhouse  for approximately $300 to $400 dollars and so can you!

 

Have you always wanted to have a greenhouse?   Then this is the show for you!

Karen Lynn ends the show sharing a tune from one of her favorite local bands “Massive Grass” the song she chose to share is called “Leave it alone” the message is to do let Mother Nature do her thing.  Check out Massive Grass on their Reverbnation site here!

Show Resources:

The Making Of Our Greenhouse

A Virtual Tour Of Our Greenhouse In January

The Hobby Greenhouse Tour Was Successful

Our Story Was Featured At Old World Garden Farms

Our Hometalk Post – The Mostly Recycled Greenhouse 

Questions or have an idea for a show?  Contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

*Massive Grass gave permission for their music to be played on this show.

Surviving on Shoestrings: A Secret Garden & A Secret Greenhouse

PicMonkey CollageFebruary 3, 2014:   Join us as Donna Miller interviews her friend Rick Austin, the The Survivalist Gardener. Rick has been featured on National Geographic Channel’s Doomsday Castle, the film: Beyond Off-Grid, and Mother Earth News.  He is the Author of Secret Garden of Survival- How to Grow a Camouflaged Food-Forest & Secret Greenhouse of Survival- How to Build the Ultimate Homestead & Prepper Greenhouse.

Rick discusses with Donna how these ways of gardening can help stretch what you have while you’re surviving on shoestrings!

This show sponsored by PREPARE Magazine & Millers Grain House

Email Donna with ideas and suggestions at:  SurvivingOnShoestrings@gmail.com