Do you grow witch hazel? It is a beautiful ornamental in the home garden, and it can be harvested to make a simple, healing facial toner that reduces inflammation, acne, and fights signs of aging. In addition to that, the plant is hardy and easy to care for. Read on to find out how and why to grow ... Read More about Wonderful Witch Hazel: a Gorgeous Garden Ornamental with Healing Skincare Properties
A perfectly light and silky butter that's more like whipped cream. The uplifting citrus scent plus the healing properties of mango and shea butter make this the perfect lotion for soothing dry skin after the shower. It also has just the right texture for a massage, so consider this a gift for ... Read More about Mango Citrus Whipped Body Butter
Macramé is back! In case you didn't get the memo about the rebirth of 70's home crafts like terrariums, hanging plants, and macramé, consider this fair warning. I've been seeing plants hung in knotted rope everywhere from cool vegan eateries to upscale designer boutiques, and now that they grace the ... Read More about Modern Macramé Plant Hangers
It's sad to say goodbye to the colorful, cheery blooms of the garden when the seasons change. Flowers just make everything feel lighter and happier. That's why I make an effort to keep flowering houseplants around, especially during the colder months when the garden has been put to bed and I need my ... Read More about The Most Beautiful Flowering Houseplants
One of the most rewarding ways to grow your own vegetables is to start them from seed, plus it’s a great educational experience for kids big and small. Root veggies like carrots, beets and radishes do the best when planted directly in the soil where they will grow as they have a delicate taproot ... Read More about Starting Veggie Seeds: Soil Temperature is Key!