Survival Gardening

Gardening is critical for preppers because it’s a way to have healthy, organic food post-collapse. What’s best is that this food source is regenerative, so you won’t depend on grocery stores (which may be closed after a disaster, anyway).

Survival gardening is similar to traditional gardening, but with a few tweaks.

To get started planning your survival garden, read this 101 guide we put together.

Jerusalem Artichoke flower

How to Grow and Use Jerusalem Artichokes (Sunchokes)

Growing Jerusalem artichokes can keep both your and your survival livestock well fed during a long-term disaster – with barely any manual labor from you required in the process. A single Jerusalem artichoke plant is capable of producing 200 pounds of nutrient-rich tubers that is safe for both humans and livestock to eat. Jerusalem Artichoke …

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broccoli chia peppermint and flowers in terracotta containers on table

15 Containers That Can Hold Your Survival Garden

Starting a portable survival garden should not require spending a few hundred dollars on containers to grow your own groceries. There is most likely a plethora of suitable survival garden containers already lying around your property, “junk” just waiting to be repurposed into something useful once again. But first off, what exactly is a garden …

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