Tour the garden so far this winter and make some medicinal pesto!
What to do when your mint plants are diseased but you want to save them? Find out here!
Wild peppers get personal when we explore a pepper plant passed down between generations.
Being born and raised in the South there might as well be an IV of sweet iced tea hooked up to me 24/7. It was a ubiquitous drink that dominated my childhood and one I happily let dominate my adulthood. If the South ever had to vote on a mascot it would most likely be… Continue reading The Perfect Sweet Iced Tea
Staghorn ferns can be a unique and interesting addition to any indoor plant garden. They’ve become quite popular in recent years and you commonly see them mounted or becoming a replacement for an animal mount. For long-term care of a healthy Staghorn Fern mount there are a few things worth noting that you don’t normally… Continue reading Mounting Staghorn Ferns
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
Pests and plant disease are always the bane of any gardener’s existence. Trying to control pests and disease in an indoor garden can be particularly challenging, given that it is also your home and the environment you and your family directly live in. Normal chemicals and sprays won’t work for fear of poisoning the air… Continue reading Indoor Pest Control
Good evening! This past weekend I finally harvested the product of a vermicompost that I started a few months ago and was able to get 3.5 lbs. worth of worm casings! This was very exciting for us since this is one experiment I was a little unsure about, especially doing it all indoors. I am… Continue reading Vermicomposting Indoors!