Indoor Herb Garden
I love fresh herbs. Love them. Yet, as is the paradox with all things great, whenever I need them, they’re either dead or eaten by bugs in my outdoor garden, or rotting in a plastic bag in a refrigerator drawer. Yum right?
Fertilize Your Lawn
Fertilizing your lawn means you’ve come into your own. It’s the rite of passage few talk about, and even fewer achieve. Fertilizer keeps grass healthy and green, and helps prevent weed growth. But…who teaches us these things? Read on and find the mystery of lawn fertilization revealed…
Start Seeds Indoors
It’s that time of year, the sun’s shining, the temperature is rising. Surely you can get out that spade and plant a bit right? No can do. Most likely the ground isn’t warm enough, and you don’t want all of your hard work to go to waste because of a freak snow storm in April. (Fingers crossed that doesn’t happen).
Create a Window Garden
It’s barely spring, but are you ready for full fledged everything’s green, flowers blooming, birds chirping, consistent 75 degree days? If you just can’t wait for spring to get here in all her glory, planting an indoor window garden might be just cure you need! Indoor gardens bring life and color into the house when nature isn’t quite ready to comply.
Rejuvenate Your Wrought Iron
Lucky you if you have wrought iron railings, fences or patio furniture! Wrought iron never seems to go out of style and it’s super easy to maintain. As you probably know, over time wrought iron can become pitted, rusty and get a chalky appearance. Instead of pitching it and buying something else, try these simple steps for a brand new look!