Garden centers and nurseries are full of bedding plants this month. More than ever, herbs are extremely popular. With such an array to choose from it’s a hard decision. 835 more words
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It was moving day this weekend for my spring vegetables. I was busy preparing part of the yarden so I could move them from their place of rooftop sunbathing into the dirt (which means I’m also now qualified to give you my Earthwise tiller review). 716 more words
While we humans are savouring the prospects of fresh herbs plucked from our own potager garden (homemade pizza with fresh basil, potato salad with chopped chives, cucumbers tossed with dill, mmmmmmm) there are plenty of friendly flying critters, from bumblebees to lacewings, butterflies to hummingbirds, probably going through their own mental list of nom-nom-noms right about now. 629 more words
“Uuugh! What is that?!” Chefie exclaimed when he walked into the dining room, and something green brushed his head.
That, my friends, is an Italian flat-leaf parsley plant that just rolled its eyes because it thinks you’re lame and it… 372 more words
Milk thistle tea can help prevent post nasal drip. Sipping a cup or two daily reduces post nasal drip, runny nose and other pollen-triggered miseries. Milk thistle’s active ingredient [ silymarin] encourages the liver to flush out symptom-lingering immune proteins. 428 more words