If you’ve got a sunny window, you’ve got the makings of a kitchen herb garden. I just love having fresh herbs at my fingertips all year long. Fresh herbs can enhance ordinary culinary dishes, add extra nutrition to your meals, and add fragrance and beauty to your home. Growing herbs is both easy and affordable. […]
You might be surprised at all the foods you can grow in buckets on your balcony, porch, or patio. Here are some best foods to grow.
While most plants thrive in the spring and fall, warm-weather plants love the heat and sun of the summer. Here are some heat-tolerant plants to consider. #homesteadsurvivalsite #herbgardening #vegetablegardening #summergarden #gardeningtips
While trees can grow from seed, some people find it is easier to plant new trees using cuttings. Here’s how to turn a twig into a tree.
Bug spray may work, but it’s also sticky and smelly. That’s why investing in herbs and flowers that repel mosquitoes is a better option.
Some herbs are perennials that you can plant once and harvest for years. Here are some of the tastiest and most useful perennial herbs. #homesteadsurvivalsite #perennialherbs #herbs #growingherbs #herbgardening
You probably already know that many herbs have abundant medicinal properties. Let’s see how you can use them to keep family healthy.
If you have a bountiful supply of home-grown herbs this year, you may be looking for new ways to preserve them.
Nature has provided medicinal herbs and flowers that ease pain, clear up rashes, reduce swelling and bruising, and treat various illnesses.
These wild edibles are both healthy and common in North America. If you go searching for them, you may even find a few in your backyard.