Spring is the perfect time to get your budget on track and start living more frugally after a long and expensive winter full of holiday, heating and electricity costs and more. I don’t know about you, but despite our best efforts to live frugally in winter, it is by far the most expensive time of […]
April is definitely a transition time for us gardeners in zone 6. Here in Massachusetts, we haven’t seen the last of the snow. Flakes may be falling next week. Luckily, it isn’t sticking so the gardens are still visible even after a snow storm. It’s still too cold for plants to be out in any […]
When I first started gardening, I couldn’t wait to try growing strawberries! These red berries are jam-packed full of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants. I can never resist a bite of a plump, juicy and sweet strawberry. I remember visiting my local garden nursery and noticing these bright red hanging baskets. As I got closer, I […]
Gardening is such a rewarding hobby. No matter where we are or how much space we have, all of us can find joy in growing a plant or two. Mother’s Day is coming up very soon. It’s always lovely to receive gifts inspired by nature. A few helpful tools can also be a wonderful surprise […]
Make a spring wreath to brighten your home just a little bit! This is a pretty quick and easy project and you only need a few items.
When you look out your window and you notice your daffodils beginning to bloom, it’s time to plant your peas! After a long winter, peas are one of my favorite spring crops to grow. There are many types of peas you can harvest from your garden. Snap peas, snow peas and garden peas all have […]