One of the herbs I love growing most is basil. It’s quick growing, easy to take care of, and grows plentiful. I think it’s also one of the most flavorful herbs you can grow fresh. Compared to its dry, store-bought counterpart, homegrown basil makes a world of difference. But what to do when you have… Continue reading Homegrown Basil Pesto
Decoupaging terracotta pots is a fun and easy way to decorate your garden, not to mention it’s pretty cheap to do! Special thanks to Mary from our local Horticultural Society for figuring out all the tips and tricks that make this an easy success! Supplies: Mod Podge: There are two kinds, indoor and outdoor. We… Continue reading Decoupage Terracotta
I started indoor gardening for the fun and enjoyment of being able to garden, however as the plant collection grew I had to be more discerning about what I grew. I decided to grow things that were deemed ‘useful’. I still have some things that I like growing just because, but for the most part… Continue reading Tower Garden – Review
Exciting things are happening here at the Living Loft, the second leaf on my Amorphophallus titanum is starting to unfurl! A little background for those newer readers to my blog, this blog actually started with me acquiring an Amorphophallus titanum, otherwise known as the Corpse Flower. The A. Titan is the largest inflorescence in the world… Continue reading Leaf 2 Unfurling!
Hello everyone! First, I apologize for not getting a post up last week, we’ve been out of town and things have been a little hectic. One of the places we went to this past week was the 16th Annual Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Spring Planting Festival! (say that ten times fast) For those who are… Continue reading Baker Creek Spring Planting Festival