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Growlight garden for countertop indoor gardening

Countertop Gardening for Every Kitchen + a Giveaway!

Let me introduce you to my new kitchen appliance, the Growlight Garden. This handy structure lets me grow a lot of fresh sprouts, microgreens, and salad right on my kitchen counter. Plus, it can be used to start seeds for the outdoor garden, root cuttings indoors, and nanny plants when I’m on vacation. Why every house doesn’t have one is …

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Paper Succulent Card

Seed Paper Card Designs: Freebird and Succulents

Making seed paper is one of my favorite crafts. You would never know from the organic look of this artisan …

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How to grow strawberries in a container garden

Growing Strawberries in Containers

When most people think of container gardening, flowers are the first things that come to mind. Container gardening is becoming increasingly …

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Give a terrarium a makeover every few years to keep it looking beautiful.

Have an Overgrown or Dying Terrarium? Get Creative with a Terrarium Makeover

If you’ve been taking good care of your terrarium, there’s a good chance that the plants will begin to outgrow …

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seed starting tomatoes

Seed Starting 101

Are you planning to start a garden this year? Congratulations! It’s a big deal! Whether you are a seasoned gardener …

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summer bulbs to plant in spring

Plant Spring Bulbs for an Outstanding Summer Display

Summer is the pinnacle of the gardening year. When the vegetables are ripening and the perennials have filled in the …

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Vanilla bean WINTER lotion bar for dry skin

Vanilla Bean Winter Lotion Bar

Homemade lotion bars are popular because they are convenient, full of healthy skin ingredients, and make wonderful gifts. If you …

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  • This inexpensive and easy weekend project shows you how to create a stylish branch coat rack with just some branches, paint, and a few tools.

    Bring the Outdoors in with This DIY Natural Branch Coat Rack

    Create a rustic and homey feel to your indoor space by using elements from the outdoors. Wood adds warmth and natural form to indoor decor. This branch coat rack was created with some of the uniquely-shaped branches that were discovered when doing some garden pruning, …

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  • Flower Pot Wreath From 32 Terracotta Pot Hacks.

    32 Terracotta Pot Hacks to Liven Up Your Home and Garden

    Terracotta pots are my favorite containers to use in the garden. They are inexpensive, available in many different sizes and shapes and made from natural materials. Even if you use them as is, terracotta pots add beautiful color and texture to any type of potted …

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  • Easter Egg Bath Bombs Square

    Easter Egg Bath Bombs

    Making bath bombs can be a really fun project and save a few bucks but like many things it is an art that develops over time. I have made my fair share of them. I have soaked my troubles away and enjoyed giving them as …

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  • Your Guide To Organic Lawn Care

    The Essential Organic Lawn Care Guide

    Lawns are evil. Ok, perhaps that is a harsh generalization. I like a picnic on soft blades of grass as much as the next person. At the same time, I don’t like wasteful practices that are harmful to the earth.  I would much prefer if everyone …

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  • Porter Beer Grainy Mustard Recipe Homemade Condiments

    Grainy Porter Mustard

    Mustard isn’t one of those condiments that I tend to think that much about. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good grainy mustard but I never thought too much about how it was made until I read Homemade Condiments: Artisan Recipes Using Fresh, Natural Ingredients …

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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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  • Meatball The Boston Terrier

    Play in the Dirt! Free Printable

    If you have a dog, you may have the displeasure of caching Spot digging up a nice chunk of your yard. Yet, if you look beyond your perfect turf being uprooted or your seeing your dahlias demolished, you may see joy. Puppy-like enthusiasm for making …

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  • Umbrella Greenhouses Growing Lettuce

    Seed Starting in Mini Greenhouses

    No greenhouse? No problem! Even small space dwellers can start seeds outdoors with a few tips and clever umbrella mini greenhouses. This project is just one in the Seed Starting Series here on Garden Therapy. Check out all the projects and advice as you plan your garden …

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  • Seed Packet Favors DIY

    Seed Packet Favors

    Looking for a garden friendly favor for a spring wedding or a bridal or baby shower? These colorful seed packets a fun way for guests to take away a lasting memory.   These seed packets are even cuter when displayed on wire curlicues like butterflies …

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  • Sprouting Beans Peas In Mason Jars

    Mason Jar Sprouts: Mung Beans and Green Peas

    Sprouting is a quick and easy way to grow some nutritious, crunchy veg to add to your diet in the winter months.  I’ve previously shared how much I love using  my automatic sprouter but it’s just as easy with a mason jar and a windowsill.   While I …

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