With Thanksgiving quickly approaching here in the U.S. I thought it was time to pull out my usual recipes and get everything together. While we’ve been dairy free for years, this will be our first gluten free Thanksgiving as well so there were a few modifications to make. In honor of Thanksgiving and in hopes […]
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 […]
Admit it, you’ve always had a morbid fascination for plants that are carnivorous! Coincidentally so have I! All musical man-eating plants aside, carnivorous plants are a fascinating and diverse group that can be fun, exciting, and sometimes challenging to grow. I can remember, as a young elementary school student our class doing a project on […]
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 […]
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!
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 […]