Wild edibles are popping up like crazy during Spring. Enjoy these lists of edible plants (leaves and roots) you can use in meals-in moderation-this spring!
This homemade disinfectant spray is based on the historical folk medicine known as the Four Thieves Vinegar. Read about the history and grab the recipe now!
Herbal Chocolate Aphrodisiacs? Absolutely! We give you a list of aphrodisiac herbs and also a delicious recipe for herbal chocolate aphrodisiac desserts!
Growing microgreens is a great way to have fresh greens during winter. But don’t limit them to cold weather, they’re delicious and nutritious all year long!
Last week we explored quenching spring fever by growing microgreens. Today we’re going to talk about how and why eating and growing sprouts is a great idea!
This homemade foot scrub rejuvenates feet left rough from long Winters. Simply mix the DIY foot scrub ingredients, pour into a jar, and use whenever needed!
Are you intrigued by praying mantis facts? They are one of the insects I was most fascinated by as a child. Learn how to utilize them in your yard and garden.
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.
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.
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 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.
Grow edible flowers to give your garden beauty, with usefulness. Flowers are pretty, but many are also edible. Use this list to supplement your garden with beautiful, edible, flowers!
I put together this list of gardening techniques to help new gardeners here at DIY Natural navigate through all the different approaches to growing gardens.
Let’s answer the question, “What is Herbs de Provence?”, learn how to use it, and learn how to make a Herbs de Provence oil so we can cook with these delicious flavors more often!
Bay Laurel (Laurus Nobilis) contains volatile oils that lend the flavor we love when cooking. Medicinally it is used as a digestive aid, anti-inflammatory, along with several other applications.
Do you use an oatmeal bath in your house? An oatmeal bath will help with things like diaper rash, eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, and even body beautification. Learn our trick for taking these soothing baths without all the mess!
If you grow a vegetable garden you may be avoiding shady areas. This article on usable/edible shade plants will teach you which plants grow well in the shade.
When recipes are written in parts, it’s a scaling recipe that gives you the freedom to choose the amount to make. You can use this concept with all recipes.