Our area has been hit by severe drought restrictions, and that means a complete change to our water use.
All Posts in the ‘Gardening’ Category
Spring is here, and there’s no excuse for avoiding planting a garden.
Planting season is here! Let’s get inspired with these photos of homegrown giant crops.
If you love cooking and gardening, this is the perfect project to take on when the next DIY urge hits you–an indoor herb garden in mason jars! You’ll have fresh, organic herbs right there to make cooking even easier and more convenient. Plus they look pretty darn cute–they’ll definitely brighten up your kitchen quite a […]
When starting planting, it is a common debate: Seed or cutting?
While not all of us can drop out of school, have a salty disposition, and die young, we can all be farmers. This is thanks to the ease of a sustainable home garden.
These 25 inspiring upcycled trellises illustrate a great point about gardening: It’s a cheap hobby unless you buy a lot of supplies at the store.
Instead of hanging a framed picture up on your wall, why not hang a framed vertical succulent garden? It’s definitely going to be a pretty and creative addition to your home decor! Here’s what you’ll need: -a large wooden frame -a second frame that’s at least 2 inches thicker but slightly smaller than the first […]
It takes a lot of chutzpah to make a Christmas topiary (see what we did there?)
Yes, it’s literally a book shelf. Neat, huh? Instead of installing a boring old shelf made of wood, install a DIY bookshelf using an actual book, some jute twine, and some nails. It’s cheap, easy, and it’ll definitely make your place look prettier and more vintage-y! Here’s what you’ll need: -an old book -jute twine […]