Learn how to coexist with the tomato hornworm because it transforms into the hummingbird moth, a very beneficial pollinator who is more than a garden pest!
We have no screens around our porch so we use mosquito repellent plants to keep those pesky insects away. Here is a list of 25 plants that repel mosquitoes!
This DIY dandelion oil is excellent for relieving joint pain and sore muscles. It is fun and simple to make and works well as a pain-relieving massage oil.
Some plants flower for a short period of time and others have flowers that bloom all Summer. Let’s learn which annuals and perennials bloom all Summer long!
This DIY Hanging baskets tutorial teaches you how to create your own hanging baskets. Also, they’re not just for flowers, think cherry tomatoes and herbs!
Want to garden BIG in a SMALL space? These 4 easy vegetables to grow are perfect. They yield a big harvest in small spaces and will feed your family well.
Straw bale gardening is simple and effective. Setting them up is the hardest part but there are many benefits to this type of garden. Let’s take a look.
This adorable lavender bunny project yields the perfect spring decor. They’re easy to make, aromatic, and will make your home look and smell like spring!
While it’s easy to make maple syrup, it is surely time-consuming. We go over the process and also teach you about a bunch of other trees to tap for syrup!
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!
Do you long for Spring color during the Winter? Have you tried forcing bulbs indoors so you have beautiful flowers in your house with very little effort?
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!
Growing herbs indoors can be tricky, one solution is growing herbs in water. Read on to see how we do it and for easy tips to keep your fresh herbs healthy.
Learning how to store potatoes and how to store onions is an essential skill for any gardener. Before you store them you need to cure them. Let’s learn how.
We know how to get rid of ants naturally because we’ve done it for years! We’ll show you how to make and use homemade ant bait, diatomaceous earth, & more.
When you think of growing rice the U.S. isn’t the first place you think of. But you can grow rice here and you don’t have to flood the fields to do it.
Preserving carved pumpkins after Halloween is pretty simple. You can make a DIY natural preserving wash and spray pretty easy using just a few ingredients.
Fresh, homegrown tomatoes are best used fresh or for canning. But what if you did that and still have a bunch leftover? Here are 11 ways to use them up!