Bromeliads are naturals for the indoor gardener. With their bold colors and easygoing ways, they make stunning houseplants.
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Learn how to make simple houseplant charms from polymer clay and copper wire. These whimsical decorations embellish houseplant gifts throughout the year. Get the step by step instructions.
Pinecones are naturally perfect for Christmas decor. When you give them a bleach treatment, you’ll have parchment-colored pinecones to add rustic style to your holiday decorations.
Your gardening friends will appreciate a gift of homemade hand cream. This easy-to-make balm is made from almond oil, beeswax and shea butter. Get the step-by-step instructions.
Make gourmet honey when you infuse honey with fragrant rosemary leaves from your kitchen garden. Get the step-by-step instructions.
The Nouveau Traditionalist wants comfort, style and purpose in their domestic space. They may be nesting in a new home or apartment, or exploring the cozy farmhouse aesthetic.
The Crafty Gardener likes growing a garden and sharing the bounty. Check out our picks for homemade and artisan garden gifts.
Create a botanical table runner for your holiday table using foliage from houseplants and your landscape. Get the step by step instructions.
Ideas abound for displaying poinsettias in your home. Group them in entryways for a dramatic welcome to your home.
Enjoy piney rosemary this holiday season. Rosemary is a favorite in the kitchen and the branches can be used to make wreaths and decorate your home.
At Thanksgiving, create a welcoming entrance and decorate the table to surround your guests with the natural beauty of pumpkins, decorative squash, succulents and more.
This Thanksgiving, there are many ways to achieve the desired combination of juicy, tender turkey meat and crispy skin. While you can get a tasty bird out of a good quality oven, try a new method this year with our top four choices for turkey cooking.