You head out to the backyard, and lift up the lid of the compost bin. The stench just about knocks you over, as do the wafting clouds of fruit flies. Oh, yuck. Is this really worth the soil you’ll get at the end of it, and the satisfaction that you
“Aiee! A bee!” “Get that wasp away from the barbeque!” These are often the sounds of summer. However, they don’t need to be. Over the years, I’ve developed a love for many insects, and a respect for those that I’m not immediately fond of. I used to be very nervous
Whew! Ever think that your plants might appreciate some time in a cooler climate, or perhaps a refreshing plant spa? If your plants are looking lackluster this summer, here are some ways to spruce up your garden and make it green and beautiful once again.
Growing your own organic vegetables has a ton of great benefits for you and your family. For starters, you get to have delicious, garden fresh vegetables without worrying about all the chemicals and preservatives that produce bought in grocery stores contain. Secondly, growing your own organic vegetables saves you a