Cat's go crazy for Catnip! But there is more to this fabulous plant than just that...explore this awesome aromatic perennial and its uses in the habitat.
There's nothing more comforting than sitting near a fire on a brisk winter morning with a mug of freshly brewed chai tea. Slow-brewed from whole spices, this tea will be your new favorite. Read on to learn how to make this tasty tea at home!
I can feel it.... The tell tale tingle of a coldsore starting at the corner of my mouth. That needs to be stopped in its tracks right now. Time to make Allheal tea.
Explore this underused Olde World garden favorite and discover its practical use in the garden today.
Have pumpkin.....want pie? This is so easy you'll wonder why you ever bought pumpkin in a can.
Using simple ingredients found locally everywhere, you too can make your own all natural, chemical free deodorant, without breaking the bank.
Looking to clean out the fridge and create a smashing dish? Don't have much time? This is the one for you. Clean out the fridge, use up the leftovers, and create a well-rounded meal all at once.
This is absolutely hands down the easiest, low maintenance, pest resistant perennial vegetable to grow in the habitat. And you get sprouts.
Yes, you can grow an apple tree from seed. The question is, what kind of apple?
There are more ways to "witch" water than dousing rods. Discover a more reliable way to locate and utilize water by reading the plantlife native to your area...
Share your space with a slice of Egypt by growing papyrus as a houseplant. This is the perfect choice for comfort during winter blahs.
Bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your kitchen garden with these helpful tips.
Propagate and enjoy a piece of history with the Herb of Angels, a biennial vegetable sent from heaven by the archangel Michael to be given to man to combat the plague. It tastes good too!
If your houseplants or garden veggies are plagued with the nasties this is the article for you. An all natural pesticide, larvaecide, pediculicide, insecticide that is safe to apply to your edibles
With so many uses for fresh Ginger it is an excellent choice for the home garden, indoors or out. Learn how to grow and keep a constant supply of Ginger Root on hand for your favorite recipes.
Growing eucalyptus is easy as far as houseplants go. It is a great addition to the home first-aid kit. Learn how to grow it from seed and enjoy the benefits of this awesome tree from Australia.
There's more to lavender than lotions and soaps. Discover the unique flavor of this popular flower in this British butter cookie. This is sure to become a new favorite that you will want to make again and again.
Explore a sampling of useful flowers, herbs, and shrubs that are beneficial to you and our busy friend the Hummingbird without giving up space in your kitchen garden to useless plants.
Fruits can be made into jam or jelly straight or used to balance low pectin fruit to gel.
Have you seen that meme about growing your own food from kitchen scraps? It wasn't as simple as it was made out to be. Find out why and join me in starting your own houseplant pineapple.
Catch the fever of growing Celery with these tried and true methods. From seed to Celery, a step by step guide to growing this versatile vegetable in your kitchen garden. .