Last week we had to defrost our freezer. Over the months, I have been collecting grapefruit skins since I adore my grapefruit /orange peel vinegar for cleaning. It seemed silly to put this huge bag back in the freezer. So the grapefruit peels stared back at me and said, “what’s it going to be-compost or […]
Archives for July 2013
Welcome guest poster, Lyn Hicks, author and educator of health, well-being and green living The green, local and feminine movement all represent the many avenues we have to nourish ourselves. Nurturing our health increases our well-being. I find them all to be inspiring to truly be aware of how we are moving in the world, supporting […]
Nothing, I repeat NOTHING in this house goes to waste. Why should eggshells be any different? Before you toss them, consider the following seven suggestions on how to use eggshells. Be sure to add your tips in the comments below: Tip #1: Most Obvious: The Garden Plants such as tomatoes love eggshells. In fact, some […]
Nothing is more frustrating than losing a plant. You spend all this time nurturing the seed, watching it grow, and planting it. Either some critter pulled at it, tried to eat it, or (*gasp*) you broke it trying to plant it. Sad to say, I break a lot of seedlings. Call me a garden klutz.
I love my readers. I truly do. When I send out an email with a question, I inevitably receive the best responses. So, my recent question was how was your June? Mind you I was complaining like a little girl about how pathetic my garden looked. The rain is killing me. My readers just brightened […]