How can you create a yard that incorporates drought-tolerant plants, your veggie garden and a space for you and your guests, too? I think you can have your cake and eat it too. Creating eco-friendly landscape and interior designs has taught me that you can have a beautiful, functional space that both looks great, […]
Are you tired of using the over the counter flu and cold medicine? Searching for a better healthier, more natural alternative for your family? Let me introduce you to elderberry syrup, a wonderful immune booster and cold slayer from berries that naturally grow all over the world! The Journey to the Berry I have always […]
Are you addicted to coffee and looking for a healthy alternative? Believe it or not, the answer may simply lie in your backyard–dandelion roots! Actually dandelion root tea. Those pesky dandelions can be used as a coffee substitute with the added benefits of vitamin A, B, C, and D as well as iron, potassium […]
Have you ever stopped to wonder why flowers captivate us so much? I grow numerous flowers from seed for my vegetable garden. Flowers just make me happy. So, I wasn’t surprised to learn that flower essences, which are derived from the vibrational imprint of flowers, help heal emotional blockages They are powerful, yet so healing.
As delightful as summer can be, it can torture on your skin. Bug bites, rashes, eczema, poison ivy, and scratches all come to mind. So, now is the time to learn how to make a salve using healing comfrey and calendula before summer arrives. Let’s get busy.
Do you have aches and pains or does your skin needs some TLC? Instead of buying chemically laden store bought products, make your own infused herbal oils with just dried herbs with your choice oil to soothe the inflammation. Let me show you how.
Do you want radiant skin without the chemicals? Maybe it is time to switch to hydrosols, which is the water portion from essential oil production. They are gentle and effective but pack a therapeutic punch. Oh and did I mention your body will love them too?
This was my first year growing Delicata squash. It reminds me of a striped zucchini with a hard shell. I am in love with this squash since it is easy to grow and easier to cook. Here’s the scoop about why Delicata squash should be on your table. I call it the new butternut!