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Gardening is a rewarding and even healing activity, and also gives us the benefit of fresh-picked food, beautiful flowers and soothing greenery, not to mention time spent in the fresh air instead of in front of a screen.
Daffodils and tulips are favorites, but there are some earlier bloomers that bring color to our gardens before daffodils and tulips get started.
Window boxes make flowers and greenery a part of your home, and even if you’ve never gardened before, planting a window box is an easy way to start. It can be a fun project to do with kids, too.
It’s August, the middle of summer and a month of verdant abundance. In that green spirit, we’ve compiled a list of environmentally sound solutions to common problems that plague the modern home and yard.
Essential to the planet, a loss of habitat has endangered their survival
Containers allow you to grow in smaller spaces or to easily expand the square footage of your garden to produce more vegetables.
Growing some of your own vegetables and herbs is a rewarding summer pastime and a great project to do with kids
Strawberries are not only delicious but they are versatile as well. When planting Strawberries we like to utilize the method of container planting.
One of the most healing things we can do during times of upheaval is to get close to nature. No matter what happens in the world around us, the cycles and rhythms of the natural world remain unbroken. The sun still rises every morning, the stars shine at night, the ocean tides ebb and flow, the seasons follow one another through the turning of the year. Upon that solid ground we build our lives, reinforce our link to the rhythms of nature and find renewed strength.
As we patiently wait for Spring temperatures to warm up, we look for ways to begin to get into our gardens. What better way than to bring your garden inside with a fun DIY project. This Edible Kitchen Planter is a versatile indoor garden that will jazz up your everyday dishes and add just enough green into your space. As the season progresses, we can switch out the herbs and edible flowers...