Soon, the weather will be nicer again, and that means more time outside! Let’s make it even more inviting for the whole family with these fun garden ideas.
Archive | Gardening
Creative Gutter Gardens
We can’t all have huge greenhouses, or tons of acreage for growing our gardens. So for those of us living with limited space, or with more creativity, we can use gutters for our gardens!
Easy, DIY Greenhouses
You don’t need to have a dedicated building to enjoy a greenhouse. This winter, save your garden with these easy, DIY greenhouse products and materials.
Garden Shed Fantasies
From a kid, I always dreamed of having a get away shed, barn, or structure on the same property as my house. One of these days, I’ll make that happen. Meanwhile, let these pictures suffice and take the place of my dream structure. Click on the shed image below to check out some pretty awesome […]
Grow Container Fruit, Step-by-Step
Waaaaaayyyyy back in the day, I was co-creator of a fruit-juice recipe that was picked up by some major fast-food chains. We offered two flavors, one of them being mango. It was delicious. I have my doubts about growing mangoes here in Texas, mainly because I don’t have the patience to wait for a mango […]
5 Tips to Prepare Your Soil for Spring
With winter still in the works, now’s the time to get your soil in shape for springtime! We found 5 easy things to do so you can get your soil in shape for the beautiful call of spring.
Good for the Soul: Chicken Bone Broth
Look around you and you’ll likely find folks with sniffles, coughs, and fevers, not to mention head and stomach aches. I’ve talked about the benefits of bone broth before because I’ve experienced first-hand the benefits of using it to care for the body and fight illness. Check this out…
One Tree, 40 Varieties of Fruits
I found a COOL video that National Geographic put out on a fascinating subject: grafting in almost 4 dozen different varieties of fruits with pits! Here’s a little bit of instruction on how to graft trees
Fall Garden Ideas
Fall gardens are fun projects that are easily started. Here are a few ideas to get the juices flowing…in case you’re still undecided on what to put in the ground in your garden. The key is to get started! “6 Gardening Hacks”
What’s Your Frost Date?
We visited my friend’s farm today. My daughters wanted to see the fruit trees that our friend Cliff had dedicated to them earlier this year. We had tons of fun. They ran around the property, visited the hens and roosters, and climbed up and down the haystacks. We laughed as one of my youngest daughters […]