There are many plants that can be turned into oil that can be used for cooking, medicinal purposes – or even for heating and fuel.
Since regular sugar is so unhealthy, you should try growing some of these natural sweeteners in your garden or backyard.
Lavender isn’t just a pretty flower. It attracts pollinators, repels pests, and has many medicinal and culinary uses as well.
If you’re looking for a plant that is easy to grow and has a host of benefits and uses, look no further than rosemary.
Microgreens are basically baby plants with their first set of leaves. They’re nutritious and delicious. Here’s how to grow them.
Native Americans learned the healing powers of herbs by watching animals eat them. In time, they discovered these herbal remedies.
Planting, growing, and using echinacea for medicinal purposes is easier than you think, and you may come to value this humble herb.
Ginger is easy to grow and harvest. It is unique in its flavor and can be used to treat nausea, indigestion, and many other ailments.
Though this plant is sometimes known as a weed, learning about the benefits might make you reconsider eliminating it from your garden.
Stevia is a natural sweetener that has popped up in both community gardens and homesteads alike. Here’s how to grow and extract it.