I’ve tasted some different wines over the years, but one of the best and most unique wines I have ever tasted is this simple dandelion wine recipe. Enjoy!
Recently I shared some ideas on how to make more plants from your existing plant cuttings. Today I wanted to touch on how to root plant cuttings you already made.
Snakes can be hard to deal with in and around your home but there are natural snake repellent ideas you can employ to get rid of them if you so desire.
Today we’ll discover vegetative propagation (plant cuttings) that allow us to produce more plants from existing plants, rather than having to buy more plants from the garden center.
Earl grey tea invigorates this antioxidant DIY body cream, and bergamot essential oil adds great citrus notes to make it aromatic and uplifting. Enjoy!
Growing fennel is easy! Whether you’re growing it for bulb, leaf, or both, it can be direct seeded into your garden after your last frost. You can even grow it in a pot if you are short on space.
I have nasal Spring allergies to a lot of what happens this time of year. The good news is, there are many ways to get relief from nasal Spring allergies. Here are a few of them!
Learn how to roast garlic and if cooked garlic is as healthy for you as raw garlic. You will be surprised, and you will LOVE this roasted garlic recipe!
I met a man who suffers from constant ringing in the ears (tinnitus). It interferes with his sleep and daily activity. He was seeking a natural treatment for tinnitus and I was able to give him a few helpful suggestions.
Did you know rhubarb was a vegetable? Have you had rhubarb sauce? I love it on ice cream! This sauce can also be made into a jam, no pectin needed, because rhubarb contains pectin!
In Spring I use cedarwood essential oil for my scalp and breathing problems. Lavender, geranium, and these other essential oils are also great this time of year.