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.
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.
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.
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.
Instructions for how to make homemade firestarters using wood wool, beeswax, and liquid cooking oil. They look and act just like purchased firelighters but are much less expensive to make. This DIY project takes about thirty minutes, start to finish, and the firestarters light up in a flash.
Would you like to create smooth, hard, and easy to un-mold soap every time? Then I recommend that you try this soleseife soap recipe. It’s a soapmaking technique that uses saltwater to help harden soap quicker, even if they’re made of pure olive oil! To make soleseife, you have your choice of using water collected from the beach or homemade salty brine. Now onwards to making natural seawater soap.
Six steps to organizing a cluttered garden and shed using the KonMari Method from Marie Kondo. Includes how to approach tidying the garden with categories ranging from garden tools to garden plants. Use this technique to get control of your garden clutter in the shed, greenhouse, seed store, and in the garden itself.
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.