Easy Tips for Harvesting and Drying Herbs at Home

Whether you want dried herbs for cooking, rituals, or decorating your home, a few simple steps will make this process easy and efficient. There are two options in this post: drying with a dehydrator and without one. How to Gather Learn More …

Garden Update: Melons, Giant Cukes + Virus Drama

The year’s garden is off to a decent start! Overall, it is doing well in spite of my laissez faire, mother-of-an-infant care techniques. Check out its progress in my video below. This is what we’re growing this summer. The supplier for each Learn More …

Garden Update: 2 months in!

The garden is now two months old. It has had a rocky start but we are beginning to see blossoms, fruit, and lots of progress. Join me as I tour the garden, introduce my favorite plants, and harvest a fresh Learn More …

The New Face of Natural Disaster in My Garden

Warning: this cute, innocent face belongs to a mastermind of evil! A few weeks ago, Riley (my beagle-German Shepard mix) masterminded the devastation of my budding little garden. This is a true story. It all started when my seedlings weren’t getting enough sunlight. Learn More …

DIY Raised Garden Beds and Selecting Good Soil

In previous posts, we outlined a few good pointers for selecting the site, design and materials for your garden as well as how to start your garden from seeds. Now we’re picking up with the details on constructing DIY raised Learn More …