BuzzFeed put up this great article last week about re-purposing old jars to start an indoor herb garden. Be sure to visit their site and watch the embedded video below. Purchase some Kitchen Herbs to get started on your own … Read More »
Researchers have confirmed that microgreens contain up to 40 times higher levels of vital nutrients than their mature counterparts. These tiny seedlings harvested and eaten when they are just a few inches tall are a real superfood packed with antioxidants and other health-promoting nutrients.
Everyone knows that being prepared requires having your own food source, both fresh and stored. Growing a nutritious garden in a very small space is an art and a science that every prepper should know how to do. Follow these simple steps and you will have abundant food for your entire family from less than 10 square feet. Imagine a garden that takes up very little space, but grows five times more food per square inch than a traditional garden. Imagine producing 100% organic, 100% Non-GMO food for your family in an extremely small space.
One of our local high schools, Grants Pass High School, has an amazing orchestra program. This coming school year, the GPHS Orchestra has been invited to an international music festival in New York City. They will get to perform at … Read More »
Join us for Day Two of our Heirloom Organics Outdoor Tent Sale on Saturday, May 23nd from 9am until about 4pm. At our tent sale you’ll get the opportunity to check out our excellent products in person, meet some of … Read More »
Heirloom Organics is having our first outdoor tent sale! Join us on Friday, May 22nd from 10am until about 4pm. At our tent sale you’ll get the opportunity to check out our excellent products in person, meet some of our … Read More »
Guest Blog from: LIA LEENDERTZ at Fix.com Drying Chilies One great way to preserve chili peppers is to dry them out. Drying works best with waxier peppers, and they will stay for years. You can also pickle your peppers, make jellies, and … Read More »
Guest Blog from: LIA LEENDERTZ at Fix.com The Five Chili Species Domestic chilies are cultivars originating from 5 species Capsicum annuum (e.g. Jalapeno, Chipotle, Cayenne) Capsicum frutescens (e.g. Tabasco, Thai) Capsicum chinense (e.g. Habanero, Ghost Peppers, Carolina Reaper) Capsicum pubescens (e.g. Rocoto) … Read More »
Guest Blog from: LIA LEENDERTZ at Fix.com Growing Chilies Chilies are not the easiest plants to grow, but if you can master their cultivation you will have grown a crop that is packed full of flavor and that will improve a wide … Read More »