These plant identification tips will help improve your ability to recognize unfamiliar plants. A good guidebook is key, along with a journal, a camera, and more.
Healing foods? Hippocrates said “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Food as medicine is a concept that goes back much further than modern medicine!
This DIY coffee table display is a great way to showcase your art with unique creativity. Build them in your own home and use them as personal gifts for others.
Need sunburn relief? Most aloe vera gels contain parabens, chemical fragrance, polysorbates, etc.–so why not try this simple, natural, homemade version instead!
An herbarium is an identification book that you can create from a collection of dried plants, that can (and should) be personalized to your tastes and/or area.
This primer for understanding garden markers–the tags that come in your nursery pots–will help you better understand the plant and how to care for it.
This homemade bbq sauce article covers all the basics of homemade barbecue sauce and also gives you a delicious bbq sauce recipe that will knock your socks off!
This natural ant repellent spray is safe for indoor and outdoor use, and is simple and inexpensive to make at home. Use it with confidence, everywhere you see ants!
Learn how to grow mushrooms at home, naturally, using several methods. Like growing Shiitake mushrooms on logs and/or in sawdust, and growing other mushroom varieties.
Knowing how to weed properly is a skill few folks possess anymore. Overuse of weed and feed products has stolen the time-honored skill, so let’s relearn it!
The benefits of peppermint tea (and peppermint in general) go far beyond its great taste! It soothes digestion, helps aid the nervous system, is a great energy booster, and even works to help relieve pain! Get to know your peppermint!
This hot sauce recipe is so simple and delicious you won’t believe it. It’s also fermented so it aids digestion because it’s packed with beneficial bacteria.
Repurposed! While cleaning dorms after students leave for the summer, I’m amazed at what gets left behind. I’ve found a lot and have many interesting plans to reuse it!