Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps - Jerry James Stone
Let's face it, eating well is expensive... or it can be. Buying produce that is either organically grown (or biodynamically) is not cheap. But ingesting
How to Make a Homemade Butterfly Feeder | eHow.com
Follow these simple steps to make two beautiful homemade butterfly feeders for your backyard or garden.
Growing Your Own Vegetables, A Chart To Help. | Year Zero Survival – Premium Survival Blog
Growing Vegetables Chart with info about watering, fertilizing, growing seeds.
Succulent Gardens for Small Spaces
Find out how to make small succulent gardens that look amazing and take only a few minutes! Easy, affordable and delightful to look at, these plants require little maintenance.
DIY Covered Greenhouse Garden: A Removable Cover Solution to Protect Your Plants
Planting season is upon us, so let me tell you a little story of how this garden came to be. When we bought a house last year, I failed to inquire about the summer weather, thinking it would be just as warm and clear as it was on our open house day. NOPE. Instead, I encountered summers full of chilly fog and harsh winds, much to the dismay of my aspiring green thumb.
How to Make Garden Markers by Painting Stones
After we planted our garden, I was contemplating how to mark our plants. I wanted garden markers to be simple, cheap and cute. Then I remembered: rocks!..
How to Make a Garden Fountain
A fountain Is composed of three things: water, which flows up a pipe and trickles back down in a continuous cycle; a pump, which propels the water; and a piece of sculpture, over which the water flows. The sculpture can be built from any material that will withstand constant water. For the project shown here, we used large stones found on-site, but pavers, some metals, or pottery. Shopping List: a Pump: Look for one labeled “submersible.” ½-Inch Copper Pipe: to carry the water from the pump…
(Cat safe) house plants for cleaner air • Mind over matter
I’m sure I’ve mentioned once, twice, or a gazillion times that we’re living in a construction zone at the moment. The Renovation started precisely 6 months and 1 week ago. It’s still happening. After breathing in renovation dust and now paint fumes, I’m trying not to panic about what it’s doing to us and am trying to keep the air in the house as clean as possible. Thankfully the weather is still quite mild so we constantly have ALL the windows and the back door open. I’ve also bought an air…
8 Patio DIY Projects You'll Love ~ Bless My Weeds
Patios are a great place to gather with family and friends, have barbecues, or just relax. But sometimes patios can be old and boring, with nothing colorful or inviting to brighten up the mood! With these eight simple DIY ideas, you can get your patio to become the talk of the town! Curtains One …
How to Dry Herbs
Drying herbs is an easy and useful way of preserving them for use in cooking and craft. Many herbs lend themselves well to drying, and in some cases, you can dry the leaves, flowers and stem portions of an herb. Drying herbs so that they...
Top 30 Stunning Low-Budget DIY Garden Pots and Containers
The garden is an exciting place where people never stop their innovation. Every corner and every detail of the garden is worth your attention. Sometimes a little change can bring a surprising difference to your garden. Such as garden pots and containers, they are not only served for the flowers, but also a beautiful landscape […]