Tips on growing coriander from the supermarket and how to keep it alive for longer. Use this technique to get several generous harvests from your plant and have fresh herbs all summer long. Full DIY video included.
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…
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.
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.
One of the best ways to save money and reduce waste in the garden is to spend less and share more! This is how to organize a seed swap and plant sharing event that helps people (including yourself) get seeds for free. Includes ideas for booking a venue, sponsors, donations, and reaching people with news of the event.
The secret for the best pumpkin pie from scratch? Leave out the pumpkin and use butternut squash instead. It’s closer to what’s used to make canned pumpkin and will give you a sweet and creamy pumpkin pie with full-on traditional flavor.
Use all-natural ingredients to make massage candles for you and your partner or for romantic gifts. Massage candles are lit like ordinary candles, but you use the melted oils directly on the skin as a warm massage oil. They’re warm and relaxing and the combination of ingredients is great for your skin!
How to make garden stepping stones using colorful sea glass. It’s incredibly beautiful, especially when wet with rain! This project requires only a few inexpensive materials including glass pieces.
Use pruned raspberry canes to create attractive woven garden edging using the wattle weaving technique. This easy project is great for vegetable garden beds and for decorative borders.