I don’t know about you but I’ve been madly trying to grow my own food now. From bean sprouts to cabbage and cress, I’ll give it a go. Therefore I was thrilled that my 10 Herbs How To Grow Them and Use Them was chosen as part of this amazing Gardening and Sustainable Living bundle.
Woohoo! Look there I am second row on right, Ten Herbs At Home ebook. Actually mine is only one of 21 amazing ebooks in this bundle. There are also 6 online courses included plus 5 planners and printables.
In the current climate (oh God don’t you just hate that phrase) gardening of any type. Whether that is indoors with some been sprouts in a jar, cress on a mat. Or outdoors with planters, veggie beds or even a window box. It is the thing to do.
Come on, we have to try to grow our own food in whatever we we can.
We have gone back into the realm of keeping chickens again. Now that we have Agatha, Prudence and Mrs Brown in situ I have to say I have really missed having hens around. We used to have them years ago but not had any for about 4 years. Now the garden is filled with clucking and chiruping as the mini raptors toddle around cleaning up the slug popularion and following me when I’m doing the weeding.
I love the title of one of the ebooks in this Gardening and Sustainable Living Bundle, it’s Patio Raptors, just brilliant. Actually it is brilliant, packed with info I needed to know about my garden girls.
We now have a selection of small raised beds and a whole host of planters. I’ll admit there have been a couple of disasters due to the heaving frost and minus 2 temperatures a few nights ago. Also Harry the hare got hold of some goodies and is yet to be forgiven.
Other than that getting my hands dirty and planting has not only been fun but will actually provide us with some brilliant edibles (as long as Harry leaves them alone) this summer and beyond.
Gardening and Sustainable Living Bundle
This batch of goodies covers everything from growing and using herbs (me!) to keeping chickens, composting with worms and keeping sheep (been there, done that). Container planting, how to live off the grid. Preserving food and dehydrating foods. Pest control (hope you are hearing this Harry!), knowing your mushrooms and all sorts of vegetable gardening.
Okay, so this is definitely not me in the above photo. Hell, right now I look more like Worzel Gummage and there is no way you are seeing a photo of me in action in the garden. I will admit to wearing shorts when the weather has been warm here on Walton’s Mountain. But quite honestly the sight is not a pretty one. How come this lady can carry off the shorts, wellies and gardening gloves look without appearing a total twat. Life is so not fair!
Anyway. I just wanted to share this great Gardening and Sustainable Living bundle of ebooks, courses and printable with you as I’m proud to have been chosen to be part of it.
It’s such a great bargain too. All in all this whole load (33 resources) comes to a whopping $577 plus extra bonuses and you get the whole lot for only $19.99.
I never do big sales pushes on Larder Love, but this is different. We all need to think more about sustainability and growing our own food in whatever way we can just now and I think all this information is not only super important, well written and readable. But it’s one hell of a good bargain too!