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Copper Garden Art Flowers DIY Project

These Copper Garden Art Flowers Will Never Stop Blooming

Right now I’m smitten with copper. The rosy hue is cheerful and elegant. It shines so brightly that it seems to belong in the garden. In the summer when the garden is growing well on its own, I turn to garden art projects for my garden therapy. I like to add ornaments for interest to areas that are not blooming …

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Birdcage Outdoor Fairy Lights

Outdoor Lighting Ideas for the Garden

Adding lighting to landscaping can showcase plants in a new way, light up a pathway, or just create a warm …

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Cornflower

Grow True Blue Garden Plants with Blue Flowers, Foliage, and Fruit

I’m taken with the idea of a monochromatic garden these days. Combine that with the fact that I’ve been on the …

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Foaming Soap Recipe

Homemade Foaming Hand Soap Recipe + a DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

If you follow along on Garden Therapy you know that I scrapped the store-bought beauty products and make all of …

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Colorful Vertical Planters With Annuals Living Artwork

These Colorful Vertical Planters Will Add Beauty to Your Fence

Small space gardeners rejoice! These colorful vertical planters contain a garden in just over a square foot of wall space. Vertical …

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Dry Hydrangea Flowers To Retain Color

The Simple Way to Dry Hydrangea Flowers and Retain Their Color

Hydrangeas are a beautiful shrubs with an old fashioned appeal, yet they fit into the modern garden seamlessly. With so many …

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Pesto Party Basil

10 Amazing New Vegetable Varieties Coming to Home Gardens Everywhere

If you are a life-long vegetable gardener you have certainly spent a winter afternoon in front of the fire, eagerly …

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  • How To Make A Gorgeous Fresh Herb Wreath Step 8

    Make a Gorgeous Culinary Herb Wreath

    This year when you are harvesting your lush herb garden, why not reserve some for making an herb wreath. Not only are they beautiful, but they are functional too! Hang an herb wreath in your kitchen and harvest sprigs here and there to add to your …

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  • Fig Jam With Secrets From Preservation Society

    Fresh Fig Jam Recipe with Secrets

    I have three fig trees growing in my garden. That wouldn’t seem like a strange thing unless you saw how small my garden is! There is no room for three figs but Oh, how I love fresh figs! This recipe for fresh fig jam comes …

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    Healing After Sun Lip Balm Recipe

    Did you know that your lips can get sunburned? (Of course they can!) But you may not think about it when you slather on that SPF. In case you forgot about the skin on your lips, and didn’t pamper your pucker with this Sunscreen Lip …

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  • Salad Greens Mix

    Unusual Greens to Try in Your Next Salad

    It’s time to shake up your salads! There are more options for homegrown greens than heads of lettuce. Leafy greens run the gamut from bitter to spicy, providing a more interesting punch to a salad. Growing unusual greens can add unique textures and add plenty of flavor to your plate. …

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  • Free Printable Flower Seed Collection Packets

    Free Printable Flower Seed Packets

    Are you a seed collector? Print out these mini flower seed packets to pretty up your seed storage, or to give as a gift and share the garden with someone special. I love how easy it is to collect seeds around the garden. Seed heads …

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  • Pickled Golden Beets

    My Famous Pickled Golden Beets with Ginger and Star Anise

    I just love this recipe for pickled golden beets with ginger and star anise. The brine is sweet with just a hint of the spices, a beautiful compliment to the earthy golden beets. I made this along with a more traditional beet recipe, Tarragon Pickled Beets, to …

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  • Grow An Edible Wildflower Garden And Learn To Cook With Them

    Edible Wildflowers: Grow it! Eat it!

    Ontario’s Wildflower Farm director, Miriam Goldberger, has joined us today to share her passion for taming wildflowers, which is in fact the title of her book as well! In Taming Wildflowers, Miriam tackles the myths surrounding wildflowers – as unkempt, uncontrollable, weeds. Her goal is to introduce …

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    Sun Print Cards

    After sun printing napkins I was a hooked on the possibilities of the interesting shapes in the garden that just needed to be immortalized. Using some of the leftover cyanotype solution from the project, I made a bunch of sun print cards showcasing the various leaves in my garden. To …

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  • Lavender Linen Water Recipe

    Lavender Linen Water Recipe and Printable Label

    This lightly-scented lavender linen water is a must for the laundry room. Use it to fill up your iron to freshen while pressing. Pour it into a spray bottle and mist linens fresh from the wash or those that have been stored for a while. All natural ingredients …

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  • Orange Vanilla Cinnamon Cold Process Handmade Soap RECIPE With All Natural Ingredients

    Cold-Process All-Natural Handmade Soap

    This nourishing, all-natural, handmade soap makes a wonderful gift for yourself and others.   This post describes the step-by-step instructions on how to make cold-process soap, plus has three amazing recipes to try (scroll down to the bottom of this post for the recipes): Lemongrass Ginger …

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