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.
Starting seeds indoors is simple, it saves a lot of money, and it allows you to do some gardening before it’s warm out. No, it’s not same as digging in the soil outside, but it’s the next best thing!
Last week we explored how to quench your spring fever by growing microgreens. Today we’re going to talk about how and why eating and growing sprouts is also a great idea!
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!
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!
While it’s easy to make maple syrup, it is definitely time consuming. We go over the process and also teach you about a bunch of other trees to tap for syrup!
You should learn how to attract bluebirds because they’re beautiful, have a sweet sounding song, and they eat mosquitoes and other insects by the thousands every day! More bluebirds means less mosquitoes.
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.
Lemon verbena benefits us in many ways. From settling the stomach and expelling mucus, to easing anxiety and joint pain, it is a very useful herb to grow and have around.
Using a gorgeous DIY fire bowl is the perfect way to keep the bugs away and enjoy some ambiance at the same time. Follow this simple plan to make your own DIY fire bowl.
Have you ever thought about growing popcorn? Let’s examine 6 reasons we should be growing our own popcorn. If you can’t grow it, be sure you are buying organic!
I LOVE my indoor herb garden! Once planted and placed in my window, they have grown great. I’m excited to watch them and use them in meals, all winter long!
Last week I outlined how to make smudge sticks, and as promised, wanted to follow that up by writing about some of the most common smudging herbs to use. Enjoy!
Learn how to grow and how to use stevia as a sweetener. It is very easy to grow, and can be processed into powder or extract for use as a natural homemade sweetener.
Having an indoor succulent garden is all the rage, and for good reason. These little buggers purify your air, are beautiful, and simple to grow. Learn how to plant and grow your own!
This list of night blooming flowers will help you create a beautiful and fragrant moon garden! Some of the most exotic scented flowers are night bloomers!
This DIY potpourri recipe is a great example of what can be made fresh from your own garden. In this recipe I use what I am growing, so take my idea, taylor it to what you’re growing, and make up your own blends!
Learn how to coexist with the tomato hornworm because it transforms into the hummingbird moth, a very beneficial pollinator who is much more than a garden pest!