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!
This DIY herb drying rack is the perfect space-saving solution to dry your herbs. It is affordable and useful and is made from simple household items.
Looking for a natural weed killer? You’re in luck, we know of one that works great that you’ve probably never heard of. Yes, it’s natural and it kills weeds!
Compost tumblers are expensive and usually made of plastic. Maybe they’re safe maybe not. I’d rather have a metal DIY compost tumbler, so I made my own!
Save money and grow your own tea garden! You get to pick which plants to grow and create tea blends with the freshest herbs! Here are 5 good herbs for tea.
I figured out how to waterproof shoes and boots naturally because it seems like I always have wet boots from gardening. Not anymore! Learn how I do it now!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!