This easy tutorial shows you how to save seeds from tomato fruit so you can sow them next year. The most reliable seeds come from heirloom and open-pollinated varieties but the method is the same for … [Read more...]
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When it comes to helping pollinators in spring, not all flowering bulbs provide the nectar bees and other insects need. Find out which bulbs can fuel our hungry pollinators while providing beautiful … [Read more...]
Use these instructions to build a simple painter's style ladder to use as decor in your garden. Made from 1x3 lumber, you can get the cuts done at the home improvement store and make it in an … [Read more...]
There are several ways to overwinter geraniums (Pelargoniums) from your garden. With some newspaper, a cardboard box, paper bag, or a sunny windowsill, you can keep these tender perennials … [Read more...]
Starting new plants from hardwood cuttings is a slow but reliable way to grow free plants for your garden. This method is done in fall or early spring, and works with many deciduous shrubs and … [Read more...]
Looking for plant-inspired embroidery designs? The new book Plant Lady Embroidery features 300 botanical embroidery motifs and designs along with beginner tips, recommended materials, and a stitch … [Read more...]
These decorative magnets from The Wood Burn Book by Rachel Strauss make an excellent beginner craft for learning pyrography. With small wood slices, a wood burning tool, and gel pens, you can create … [Read more...]