Shalom, Welcome to our Website! We started recording our garden journey in 2014, addressing topics ranging from seed characteristics, germination, propagation, and space retention. Later, we started making Wine, Kombucha, Canning, Dehydration, and much more on our YT Whollylivin' Garden Channel! We encourage you to always "Remember To Do Your Best Be Blessed and Grow Something" We thank you for being here and pray you are inspired! ~ Cassie ~ Donna - Give All Praises To The Most High Yah!
HOW TO HARVEST YEAR ROUND!
Have you ever wondered how you can have the ability to harvest from your indoor or outdoor garden year round? Wonder no more, because if you try growing just two of these items you can and will have a harvest year round.
Let's start with the Green Onion or Scallion some may call them. These long green stem onions have a two fold harvest. I say this because you can buy them in bunches usually with the root attached to start your plants. You can cut the onion stalks for cooking and plant the bulbs in the ground or in a container for never ending onions. When the onions begin to flower you can decide how many flowers you would like to have by picking off the flowers, but when dried they will yield you seeds and not tiny ones either big black beautiful seeds! If you let them fall to the ground they will grow you new onions year round. Enjoy the Harvests!
Next, is the Rainbow Chard notice I didn't say Swiss Chard I didn't say Swiss because Swiss Chard grows a little different than the Rainbow. Rainbow Chard seems to give out larger Leaves and have a heartier growth pattern than the Swiss, and they have a beautiful red color along the stem. I have had Rainbow Chard in the garden for three years now and they just keep on growing and growing using the cut and come again method. Rainbow Chard contains 3 times the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin K and is loaded with vitamin A. Chard also helps to combat cancer, reduce blood pressure and enhance performance in sports. Who Knew? Always,
Always Remember To Do Your Best Be Blessed And Grow Something...Anything!!
Homemade Sushi! This photo was taken after we decided to try our hands at Spring Rolls. These rolls consist of: Shrimp, Scallions, Napa Cabbage, shredded Carrots and Bean sprouts! They were tasty and super easy to make!!