Aiming to reduce your kitchen waste? Or even working on a zero waste kitchen? Make your own beeswax wraps to replace cling wrap and plastic bread bags!
This non-toxic homemade sunscreen is easy to make and feels so much better going on than over the counter commercial sunscreens. It’s nourishing, too!
Homemade rooting hormone made from willow is free and easy to make. Use it for rooting cuttings or for easing transplant stress. You probably know that willow bark was the basis for the common over-the-counter drug, Aspirin™ or acetylsalicylic acid (ASA). Young willow twigs contain both salicylic acid, which serves as an antifungal, and indolebutyric acid, a …
Hot peppers come in a large range of shapes, colors, and spiciness. Here’s how to grow hot peppers successfully in your garden, from seed to harvest!
Pressure canning can seem intimidating when you are just learning to preserve food at home. These tips will help you confidently use your pressure canner.
These common plant diseases and pest problems impact both indoor and outdoor plants, but you’ll need to be especially vigilant during seed starting season. Indoor plants can be plagued by these plant diseases, but there are natural methods to control them so you won’t have to resort to toxic pest control.
Try your hand at growing lettuce indoors! Eat fresh salad greens year round by adopting the idea of growing an inside garden. Perfect for city folks!
Growing your own food doesn’t have to be expensive or all-consuming. Check out these 15 tips to make your garden thrive with less work.
Add flowers you can eat to your garden for a bonus food source. Here’s how to use edible flowers in your kitchen (and how to know what’s safe to eat.)