If you follow along on Garden Therapy you know that I scrapped the store-bought beauty products and make all of my own natural skincare products. Somehow along the way, I became addicted to foaming hand soap. At first, I thought that I was cheating on my homemade soap bars. All-natural homemade soap ... Read More about Homemade Foaming Hand Soap Recipe + a DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser
Have you ever wanted to grow your own cut flower garden? Imagine a garden packed full of deliciously colorful blooms whose only purpose is to adorn bouquets and will provide material for gorgeous and fragrant displays for years to come. Horticulturist and writer Louise Curley shares all you need to ... Read More about Tips for Arranging Homegrown Flowers
I love to send a little bit of my garden when sending a thank-you note. It’s not always practical for flowers or preserves to be sent across the country or even to a different country, but a flower print will do! Printing cards using garden leaves and flowers is a simple and personal way to send a ... Read More about Hammered Flower Print Cards
If you like old-fashioned fermented sour pickles then you will want to learn this recipe. Real deli-style pickles cost around $7 per jar in my area, but I can make 10 pounds of organic sour pickles for just $20! I did not invent this recipe, but it seems to be the most commonly used methodology out ... Read More about The Best Ever Deli-Style Sour Pickles Recipe. Ever. Seriously.
Hydrangeas are a beautiful shrub with an old-fashioned appeal, yet they fit into the modern garden seamlessly. With so many varieties, colors, and even bloom shapes, you'd easily be able to find a hydrangea that suits your garden (as long as you are lucky enough to have the right climate, of ... Read More about The Simple Way to Dry Hydrangea Flowers and Keep Their Color