Posts Tagged ‘gardening’

Fresh summer herbs = killer culinary tool: Attachment

One of my favourite things about spring and summer is planting my herb garden. Something says amazingly delicious when the simplest thing delivers flavour like no other.

Pears: the fall fruit underdog (plus a recipe!): Attachment

When we think of fruit flourishing in the fall, apples generally comes to mind first. But pears? They get pushed aside a bit… but are so delicious and versatile, the reasons why are unfathomable.

DIY dried herbs, plus vegan herb mix recipe: Attachment

With the summer at an end and fall officially here, we are packing up a lot of our gardens and exchanging much of our produce with winter squashes and tubers, instead.

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Regardless of the weather, summer is still fading – and we need to take in account that Fall may bear its head at any moment.

Do’s and Don’t’s for green lawns and gardens: Attachment

It seems like summer is just starting, as we finally veer towards the warmer weather. We’re also starting to pay more attention to our gardens and lawns, so making good decisions is imperative to maintaining the greenest of your great outdoors.

Best picks for indoor flowering plants: Attachment

I don’t know about you, but I don’t have a green thumb at all. Every plant I try to own and keep care of dies, and pretty quickly at that. Even my aloe vera gel plant.

Garden gear: what to get: Attachment

It’s not to late to start your gardening for the year, and if you’ve been hesitant because you’re not sure what you need, here’s the essential guide.

Attracting backyard wildlife: Attachment

Take a look outside the windows into the backyard. If all you see is a manicured lawn, growing garden, and well-kept foliage, you’re missing out on one key thing: wildlife.

Spring produce 101: Attachment

Ah, yes. Spring is finally, well, springing. And nothing is better than the produce that comes along with it.

Top 5 benefits for raised garden beds: Attachment

Looking for a new way to garden this year? Look no further than a few changes to the environment you plan to grow in.