Uses For Borax In The Garden

borax in the garden?

Boron is a mineral salt with acidic properties. It is naturally occurring, and it is the only ingredient in Borax. This product has been around for ages, but borax uses

How To Grow Your Own Superfood Sprouts

starting sprouts

Sprouts like alfalfa, fenugreek, radish, broccoli, mung beans, onion, cabbage, mustard seeds, chickpeas, quinoa, lentils, pea sprouts and many others are superfoods. They hold all the “power” of a mature

What Is A Keyhole Garden?

What are Keyhole Gardens? – Keyhole gardens look kind of like a well and flourish with food waste (compost). What are they used for? – Keyhole gardens are used for

How To Transfer An Image To A Rock

Here is a cool simple and beautiful DIY project that shows you how to transfer an image to a rock or piece of marble, for decorating. You may be saying…

Tip: How To Grow Green Onions Indoors

Most people know that you can cut and cook green onions to create a tasty healthy meal. But… few people realize you can actually use the left over bulbs to

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map

People are always asking what planting zone they live in. The new updated 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map will help you determine which plants are most likely to thrive

20 Overlooked Uses for Honey

Bees play an important role in plant production helping to pollinate the fruits and vegetables we eat every day. Just in case you didn’t know – September is National Honey

Eryngium Maritimum: The Sea Holly

The sea holly, Eryngium maritimum, dresses the garden with deeper purple/blue flowers set off by colored bracts. It is a really striking plant for the foreground, if not particularly comfortable

How To Grow And Make A Loofah/Luffa Sponge

Go the the store to buy an ocean-grown sponge and you’ll pay a few bucks for a medium-sized one; spend that same amount for seed of the natural loofah – luffa gourd and you’ll end up with enough sponges to scrub your skin and your friends’ to remove the dead skin cells for a lifetime.