Organic lawns are better for everyone, including Meatball.
Keep your lawn safe for your family, yourself, and your furry friends with the Essential Organic Lawn Care Guide: https://gardentherapy.ca/the-essential-organic-lawn-care-guide/
Have you tried the kokedama trend yet?
There's a lot you can do with a flowerpot!
Rosemary has a long history as a symbol of romantic love. In 1540, Anne of Cleves wore a crown of rosemary in her hair when she married Henry VIII, sparking a popular trend for brides to include the herb in their wedding garb.
Read more about the fascinating history of herbs: https://gardentherapy.ca/herbal-histories/
Learn how to forage for wildflowers that you can eat.
That's a pretty far drop!
Sunflower microgreens have a delicious, nutty flavor and are chock full of nutrients. Bonus: they take just two weeks to grow!
Aren't these Windcliff Double Pink hellebores gorgeous?
They are one of my 5 favorite hellebore varieties. See the other 4: https://gardentherapy.ca/march-feature-plant-hellebore/
These are lovely.
How well do you know your herbs?
This is how we do it in Canada!
Keep your lawn lush, happy, and organic.
Need a fundraising idea? This is sure to be a hit!
More wildflowers and less pesticides sure sounds like a good idea to me.
That time when I got to see how Japanese maples were "born" at the Monrovia Nursery in Oregon. It was fascinating! Check out the article as I took a few videos of the propagation, grafting, and pruning process that goes on behind the curtain.
Chamomile contains apigenin, a compound that releases a mild sedative and works to calm the nerves. It makes a delicious before-bed tea that will send you off into dreamland.
Chamomile is one of several herbs that can help you sleep better. See the others in this post: https://gardentherapy.ca/herbs-for-sleep/
I've been sick the last few days with a cold and cough. I know how well I respond to herbal treatment, but it still shocks me how herbs can make such a huge difference. I skipped the medication and opted for herbal tea, diffusing a blend of tea tree and thyme, and a sage and licorice cough syrup. It has made me feel so much better! Herbs for the win!
There are lots of wildflowers that are safe (and delicious) to eat.
It's about what you feel!
You know those tiny little flies that appear in a cloud every time you water your houseplants? Here is what to do about them.
Paper cups are collected in our residential recycling here in Vancouver, but even so many people still throw them away. 2.6 million cups get thrown away in my city alone each week! Please get a reusable cup, friends!
Do you know your garden's pH level? It's easy to find out.
How to hang a pot.
Add a nutrient boost to your meals with homegrown sprouts.
The archaeologists were struck by the "incredible defensive features", which included walls, fortresses and moats.
Grow your own multivitamins! This shows you how to grow three different sprout blends right on your countertop.
A water park for magpies!
What are you planting this spring?
You may have noticed how much I love air plants - they are so versatile and can be displayed pretty much anywhere because they don't need soil, so they are one of my top picks for terrariums.
For my other favorite terrarium plants, see this post: https://gardentherapy.ca/plants-for-terrariums/
Hooray! Today we are launching the next edition of the Garden Therapy Seed Collection DIY Kits! Watch me open the box and reveal all that is included in this kit right from my kitchen (PS: that's a hint!).
Here are the kits on the shop: https://gardentherapy.ca/product-category/kits/
The beautiful world of caterpillars.
How to turn your hobby into a moneymaker.
Adding herbs to your bedtime routine can help you sleep better.
Do you have a garden helper like this?
What are you giving to your Valentine today?
See how I made this Succulent sweetheart container out of a tin from Valentine's chocolates: https://gardentherapy.ca/sweet-succulent-valentine/
My kind of confetti!
Planting chives in the garden deters aphids and spider mites, plus they make a yummy addition to a spring salad.
Read about more plants that discourage pests: https://gardentherapy.ca/deter-pests-naturally/
Have you ever seen a white peacock?
People have been using herbs in different ways for thousands of years. Here is a brief history of some common culinary herbs.
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