7 Natural Ways To Repel Mosquitoes And 4 Methods That Really Don’t Work

Summer fun comes with refreshing moments of swimming in the pool, tanning safely under the sun and sitting out by the glowing embers of a campfire, toasting marshmallows, as you enjoy the late night stars. Then along comes the buzzing,…

10 Brilliant and Unusual Ways To Use Grass Clippings

The good ol’ EPA estimated that in 2015, we generated 34.7 million tons of yard waste, approximately half of which was grass clippings. 17 million tons of grass was bagged up and thrown away. Let’s just put aside the incredible amount…

15 Out Of The Ordinary Ways To Use Fresh Mint Leaves

Delightfully fragrant and relatively low maintenance, mint is a joy to grow – earning its place in any kitchen herb garden. Mint can, however, be a little invasive and spreads quickly – so don’t be surprised if you end up…

5 Reasons To Grow Nasturtiums & 5 Delicious Nasturtium Recipes

Nasturtiums are an extremely useful and attractive flowering plant that deserve a space in every garden. This is the common name for Tropaeolum – the only genus in the plant family Tropaeolaceae. These flowers gained their common name because of…

How To Make Herb Infused Oils & 3 Recipes To Try

Making herb-infused oils at home is relatively easy – and a fun project to start out with if you are new to making natural care products. Even if you only have a few herb pots on your kitchen window sill, you’ll…

Make Your Own Natural Tick Deterrent

Bugs are everywhere. Simple as that. Tiny insects start crawling around when the weather gets warm. As if that isn’t enough, they even bite us! Insect repellents are a must-have in spring and summer. Unfortunately, these come packed with dangerous…

Pineberry: The Strawberry That Tastes Like Pineapple (Easy to Grow It)

Have you ever seen pineberries? If you haven’t tried any, look for white strawberries with red seeds. The tiny fruits have a similar taste to pineapples. Yes, they are also known as pineapple strawberries. The plant is a result of the…

Cinnamon Isn’t just for the Kitchen. Here are 6 Reasons to Use Cinnamon in your Garden

Cinnamon is a fantastic aromatic, which makes it great for baking and cooking, but this versatile spice isn’t just for the kitchen! With origins dating back to as early as 2700 B.C., cinnamon is a popular spice all over the…

Nature’s Miracle Trio: Garlic, Lemon And Ginger Boost Your Circulation, Clean Your Arteries And More

If you are often tired and have a low circulation, this is the right recipe for you! The same goes for those who often get sick due to poor immunity, as well as those who have problems with blood vessels.…

10 Pretty and Pink Perennials That Will Dazzle in your Garden

Pink flowers in your garden can’t help but bring a smile to your face. After all, there’s a meaning the expression “tickled pink” translates to being completely content and happy. Whether you prefer a delicate pale pink, a deep magenta,…