Learn how to dry and preserve your flowers to make gifts and seasonal decor. It’s easier (and even more fun!) than you think! Part 1 of a 3 Part Series.
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Monthly Archives: August 2013
What will you be planting this fall to enjoy next spring?
Because of its high water and fiber content, celery is an ideal low-calorie snack. It’s also a good source of calcium and vitamin C.
Chili peppers can be turned into a long-lasting wreath since they dry well and last several years if protected from dust and sunlight.
Transform a window into a mini-greenhouse where herbs, houseplants, and even little pots of grass will thrive.
Safeguard against hazardous slips and falls on the porch steps with several stripes of homemade sand paint. It’s simple to prepare and just as easy to apply.
Create a soothing centerpiece when you make a water bowl garden.
Rain chains are attractive, easy-to-install alternatives to downspouts that get clogged with leaves or straw.
For gardeners who work the soil, choosing plants for a water garden can be a new–and fun–experience.
Whether you have a balcony in the city, or a yard in the suburbs, there’s a water garden to fit your space.
Anyone can create a low-cost hydroponic garden at home using basic Styrofoam boxes.
A vintage wooden cupboard provides handsome storage for gardening supplies.