Do you want free, healthy food for the rest of your life—without wanting to tear your hair out in the process?
You’re too busy. You don’t have enough land to start a homestead garden. You don’t think you fit the mold of a homesteader.
There are a thousand reasons not to start your homestead garden, but none of them are good enough. You don’t need a lot of land, you don’t need a lot of money, and you certainly don’t need a lot of time to become self-sufficient.
What if I told you that you CAN still work your 9-5, you CAN still have the same comfortable life, and you CAN still live in the same place?
You’ve been dreaming about homesteading for a while; when will you make it a reality?
Growing your own food can seem daunting with the never-ending flood of information online, so I made a streamlined, step-by-step guide to creating a serious homestead garden operation.
In the Dreamer’s Homestead Garden, you will discover:
- How to grow more food than you can ever eat, even if everything you touch dies
- Simple garden construction projects that will make your homestead self-sustaining
- Everything you need to know from buying seeds to pulling weeds
- Simplified gardening instructions that won’t make you throw down your tools in frustration
- A scientific and no-BS approach to grow food like weeds even if you live in the desert
- DIY Projects to build out your garden without breaking the bank
- The biggest mistake killing your homestead
The reason you struggled to make a thriving garden in the past is because the information out there is a confusing mess. I have taken a scientific and experience-driven approach and condensed everything you need to know into just 6 sections. All you need to do is follow along and watch your backyard turn into a grocery store.
Homesteading is all about making life simpler, so why do we make it so hard?
Even if you kill everything you look at—you could have a garden that will feed the entire neighborhood.