Window sill Garden

Growing vegetables indoors is impractical without an expensive greenhouse β€” except for herbs, which grow big enough for a satisfying harvest with minimal space or attention.Β  A large south-facing window is ideal for an indoor herb garden, as most varieties require at least four to six hours of direct sunlight each day to thrive (mintsContinue reading “Window sill Garden”

Hens and chicks

Hens and chicks (Sempervivum tectorum) are succulent plants that are low-growing perennials that stay close to the ground as they self-propagate, making them good groundcover plants. These succulents may be known for their hardiness, but it’s worth keeping these tips in mind. Choose a location with full sun. As outdoor succulents, hens and chicks needContinue reading “Hens and chicks”

Propagating Wandering Jew

Propagating Wandering Jew in Water is super easy! Follow the given instructions and decorate your home with this stunning vine. Rooting Wandering Jew Cuttings in Water The resilient Tradescantia will root from almost any cutting, whether placed in water or in soil. So, starting a wandering Jew in water is a good project for anyone,Continue reading “Propagating Wandering Jew”

Using Orange peels in the garden

Gardens thrive off of the items we may otherwise be inclined to throw away, making them even more frugal and affordable to enjoy. Orange peels are no exception when it comes to household scraps you can use in your garden. Below are a few ways to use orange peel this garden season. Make your ownContinue reading “Using Orange peels in the garden”

Gardening with Junk

Gardening  with Junk Plants and junk containers sometimes seem as though they were made for each other. A few junk containers gradually let loose among other pots or partly hidden in a bed can help to enhance your garden without major upheavel. The hunt for a piece of junk with planter potential can bring anContinue reading “Gardening with Junk”

Cats and Trails and Garden Tales

Musings on cats, travel, gardens and life

Leaf And Twig

Where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry.

phillipsplace

A new beginning, mobile home living, adding our style inside and out.

Ruth E. Hendricks Photography

Pittsburgh Photography

The Haute Mommy Handbook

Motherhood Misadventures + Creative Living

Suzanne's Mom's Blog

Arts, Nature, Good Works, Luna & Stella Lockets & Birthstones

Outdoor Gear

Everything You Need Out There

Sarah Rajkotwala - Author & Spiritual Teacher blog

Gardening Fairies Flowers Spirituality Angels Love Joy

Ideas and Advice for How To Live a Joyful and Empowered Life.

All Things Empowering - Healing Ourselves & Earth, Self-Sufficiency, Food Forests, Gardening, Art, Road Trips, Preserving, Foraging, Permaculture, Homesteading and More!

America On Coffee

We’re just inviting you to take a timeout into the rhythmic ambiance of our breakfast, brunch and/or coffee selections. We are happy whenever you stop by.

Bites of Food History

Sharing my Experimental Archaeology of Food

The Herb Society of America Blog

Learn β€’ Explore β€’ Grow

The Belmont Rooster

A Blog usually about plants and gardening in west-central Missouri...

The Artisan Duck

Handmade Jewellery, Tutorials and Illustration