Introduction to using ollas in the garden and simple instructions for how to make a DIY olla using a terracotta plant pot. Ollas are an inexpensive way to keep plants watered. They slow-release water around growing plants using an ancient technique discovered by people living in arid regions.
Annatto soap recipe showing how to make naturally yellow to orange-colored soap. The natural colorant used is annatto seeds from the achiote tree, a food-safe ingredient that’s also brilliant for…
Are you interested in growing your own food? Use these tips to start a vegetable garden from scratch for bountiful harvests, no matter your growing space. Includes information on raised beds, container gardens, and creating an in-ground vegetable garden.
This is a garden project showing how to convert a single wood pallet into a deep container for growing food and flowers. A low-cost and useful addition to your container garden! The tutorial includes DIY instructions and a video showing how to build a pallet planter, fill it, and grow plants inside.
blue, and yellow. Gorgeous shades that are 100% natural! Includes information on what clay is, techniques to naturally color soap with clay, and how clay soap can benefit the skin.
Are you vegan or considering going vegan? Honey may be one of those foods that you’re not quite sure about. This is a beekeeper’s perspective on how honey is produced and harvested, crops that rely on commercial beekeeping, and answers the question, do vegans eat honey?
How to transform soap scraps, old soap, and failed recipes into beautiful new soap using the partial rebatch method. It involves grating old soap bars and adding them in a certain ratio and method to new soap recipes. It’s an easy way to rebatch soap without a crockpot and will make your old soap new again!
How to transform a bundle of willow into a DIY garden obelisk. This natural plant support is inexpensive to make and perfect for using as a bean teepee, a sweet pea wigwam, or to grow other climbing plants.
Tips and tricks for how to grow pineberries including where to source them, cultivation tips, and harvesting. Pineberries are white to blush-pink berries similar to standard red strawberries in flavor but with a citrusy kick. They’re also easy to grow and very prolific!