A super simple elderberry syrup recipe to help keep you well through the cold and flu season!
Being sick is no fun! Here’s what I do to help support my family’s recovery naturally.
Catnip is an important herb for anyone looking to treat their family naturally. Here’s what I do with mine, and how you can use catnip yourself.
Learn to grow and use hyssop to treat stubborn coughs and chest congestion. Here’s how…
Here’s how I naturally replenish my little ones’ bodies when they’ve been sick with the stomach flu.
Here’s how to use a willow tree for mild pain relief as a natural aspirin.
I love shortcuts. Don’t you? Especially when they pertain to the garden! Who wants to wait over a month for a seedling to finally be big enough to transplant when you can have one in just a couple of weeks?!
Taking cuttings from plants and rooting them is a fantastic way to speed up the process of growing a new plant. Check out this easy way to propagate basil…
These amazing leaves work wonderfully at relieving cramping and pain associated with PMS.
Look where I like to hide my drying herbs! This is a great way to hang bunches and bunches of plants to dry without having them hanging all over your house.
Here’s a delicious way to use your fresh basil! Once you see how easy it is, you’ll wonder why you’ve never tried making it before!
So you’ve got a beautiful basil plant growing… now what do you do? Here are some tips for harvesting leaves, and a few ways to preserve your harvest for future use.
Keep herbs fresh for up to four weeks in the fridge with this simple trick!
Here’s what the start of this year’s garden looks like. It’s just seedlings so far, but hopefully in a couple of months everything will be flourishing!
Here’s a cool way to dry fresh herbs, and keep them dust free while they hang!
Out of all of the things I planted, here’s what is actually coming up!