1. Potato Patches (1890-1930) 2. City Beautiful Movement (1890-1910) 3. World War I: Liberty Gardens (1917-1919) 4. Depression relief gardens (1930-1938) 5. World War II: Victory Gardens (1940-19…
Source: 3. First World War Liberty Gardens: 1917-1919 | Sprouts in the Sidewalk
1919 Book by the War Garden Commission on the history and incredible success of the World War I War Garden campaign. Chapter II – The Story of the War Gardens
Source: The War Garden Victorious (War Gardens turned Victory Gardens) – 1919 Chapter 2
Maps regarding liquefaction and other earthquake possibilities for Utah.Source: Utah Geological Survey | Geologic Hazard Maps
Did you know that honey may contain enzymes for promoting root growth in plants? It’s true. Many people have found success with using honey to root cuttings. Read here to learn more.
Source: Honey Plant Growth Stimulator – Using Honey To Root Cuttings
Increase your bounty by making plant cuttings. Increase your health by making your own natural rooting hormone in place of commercial powders.
Source: 6 Ways to Make Natural Rooting Hormone | PreparednessMama
Known as Edible Forest Gardens, Food Forests, or Forest Gardens, these systems have a lot to offer those who understand their potential!
Source: Permaculture Basics: Edible Forest Gardens | Temperate Climate Permaculture
The jujube is a small, deciduous tree, growing to 40 feet tall in Florida, but smaller in size in California. The naturally drooping tree is graceful, ornamental and often thorny with branches growing in a zig-zag pattern. The wood is very hard and…
Source: JUJUBE Fruit Facts
The white mulberry, and to a lesser extent the red mulberry, are quite tolerant of drought, pollution and poor soil. The white mulberry is considered a weed tree in many parts of the country including urban areas. The black mulberry is…
Source: MULBERRY Fruit Facts