Does your family always have leftovers when you get together?
Would you like to save on grocery costs?
Happy 4th of July everyone! Today, we celebrate our nation’s birthday, those who have fought to protect us, and our freedom. While the last thing on your mind today may be gardening, we wanted to share what you can do with all those scraps from the BBQs and dinners you and your family and friends are enjoy today.
Below are 3 different foods that you can actually re-grow from your table scraps. So, don’t throw them out just yet.
Would you love to grow your own tomatoes this year?
Welcome back to our Beginner Gardening Wednesday series. This series is designed to offer tips and tricks to all gardening levels.
For this Beginner Gardening Wednesday, we turn our attention to staking tomato plants. Growing tomatoes is a great first step if you are new to gardening. They are fairly easy to grow and offer a rewarding harvest. Who doesn’t love a BLT sandwich made with garden fresh tomatoes?
What are the benefits to growing your own asparagus?
How do you care for the asparagus after you’ve planted it?
Yesterday’s weather in Southwest Michigan included snow, rain, thunder, and even lightening in some areas. It was almost as if spring and winter were battling it out.
After waking up to temperatures in the mid 30s, it would seem that spring won, but winter is already advancing again. While we wait for spring, let’s take a look at a great cold weather vegetable, asparagus.
Do you often purchase plants to give as gifts during the holiday season?
Would you like to give plants that you’ve grown yourself?
Yes, you can grow your own Christmas gifts. Imagine, going over to your in-laws with a beautiful myrtus. Your mother-in-law jaw drops, you smile and your husband proudly explains how you grew this plant that signifies love and friendship yourself.
Are you looking to add something extra to your landscape without break your budget?
Would you like to have that beautiful curb appeal that you’ve been dreaming of, affordability?
Today, we are looking at 3 fantastic ways to lower the cost of maintaining a beautiful landscape. We all want that curb appeal that impresses all of the neighbors, but at the same time, we don’t want to break the bank. Here are 3 ways that you can get the curb appeal that you want without putting too much of a dent in your wallet.
Are you looking for a way to reduce your water bill?
With a beautiful weekend ahead, do you have any plans for your landscape? Today, we are sharing about 3 easy ways that will actually save you money in the long run. Not only will they save you money, but they will add that something special to your lawn.
Are you at a loss to why you have to replace your shrubs every year?
Do you want to know a more cost effective way to keep your shrubs alive?
Replacing dead shrubs can get very expensive. The overall costs increase especially if you are replacing them year after year. Did you know there is scientific reason why your shrubs are dying? Not only that, but there is an easy way to fix it.
Did you know you can grow apple trees in containers?
Welcome back and happy Wednesday! I am excited to conclude this series about saving money and growing apple trees. Yesterday, in How to Save Money On Organic Apples, we discussed my love for apples in the fall and the best way to save money on organic apples is to grow your own.
Did you know that apples have been #1 on the dirty dozen for two years in a row?
Would you like to have organic apples without paying too much money?
Back in July, I wrote an article discussing what fruits and vegetables were on the dirty dozen in The Dirty Dozen and The Clean Fifteen. To be on the dirty dozen, the fruit or vegetable would have to rank in the top 12 out of 47 in the amount of pesticides they contained. When fall hits, I think of apples and my love for all things apple.