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How to Make a DIY Cutting Board from Repurposed Wood

This post was originally published on this site Making a DIY cutting board from repurposed wood is fun and an accomplishment that’ll make you feel proud! The post How to Make a DIY Cutting Board from Repurposed Wood appeared first… Continue Reading →

7 Useful Things That Aren’t Plants But Are Great to Include in Your Garden

This post was originally published on this site While all such elements might not be necessary in every garden or ecosystem, the inclusion and combination of many is certainly a good idea that’ll help landscapers produce positive results. And, there… Continue Reading →

10 Drought-Tolerant Edible Plants

This post was originally published on this site There are actually lots of drought-tolerant productive plant choices that’ll put out fruits and veggies without much in the way of irrigation or rain. The post 10 Drought-Tolerant Edible Plants appeared first… Continue Reading →

Why You Should Grow a Patch of Wildflowers

This post was originally published on this site The fact is that, whether or not wildflowers happen in the wild, we can encourage and foster their growth. We can put them in our gardens and yards to enjoy at home,… Continue Reading →

What is an Herbal Lawn and How to Grow One

This post was originally published on this site For those who want or must have an expanse of shorn greenery as their garden, the new solution is to have one that is mixed and edible. The post What is an… Continue Reading →

How and Why to Make a Magical Labyrinth in Your Garden

This post was originally published on this site The labyrinths we can build in a yards or back patios are mesmerizing and attractive features. The post How and Why to Make a Magical Labyrinth in Your Garden appeared first on… Continue Reading →

7 Home Remedies for Spring Allergies

This post was originally published on this site Home remedies for Spring allergies are a good choice because they often provide our bodies with additional benefits rather than unwanted side effects. The post 7 Home Remedies for Spring Allergies appeared… Continue Reading →

Why Sunflowers Are So Green for the Garden

This post was originally published on this site Besides being a valuable crop in and of themselves, the Helianthus — or sunflower — family is also used to help out the garden as a whole. The post Why Sunflowers Are… Continue Reading →

7 Things to Do with Your Overabundance of Homegrown Cucumbers and Summer Squash

This post was originally published on this site Put into perspective, it’s a fabulous problem to have so much fresh food it’s driving us mad, but at that moment, with zucchinis taking over the dinner table, we need a guiding… Continue Reading →

7 Ways to Replicate Nature’s Fertility in Your Garden

This post was originally published on this site Nature produces an abundance of food without even trying. What have we missed? How might we replicate nature—the most fertile place on the planet—in our own gardens? The post 7 Ways to… Continue Reading →

The Sad Truth About Invasive Plants and Why They Are Taking Over

This post was originally published on this site Invasive plants haven’t and aren’t doing anything wrong. Humans are. The post The Sad Truth About Invasive Plants and Why They Are Taking Over appeared first on One Green Planet.

Understanding Interval Training and Pairing it With Powerful Plant-Based Recipes

This post was originally published on this site Interval training is a technique of exercise that focuses on fluctuating the intensity of what would normally be a steady aerobic work-out, say jogging. The post Understanding Interval Training and Pairing it… Continue Reading →

4 Trees That Have Leaves You Can Eat

This post was originally published on this site Trees have a lot of uses, with edible leaves being yet one more viable way to justify planting that forest garden in the backyard. The post 4 Trees That Have Leaves You… Continue Reading →

How to Grow Edible Bamboo

This post was originally published on this site For growers in the USA or other similarly temperate climates, here are some of the best choices and some tips on how to cultivate edible bamboo. The post How to Grow Edible… Continue Reading →

8 Drinks, Besides Coffee, That’ll Wake You Up

This post was originally published on this site This is no condemnation of coffee, but merely recognizing the many alternatives out there to try. Now, the trick will be stepping away from the coffee pot every now and again to… Continue Reading →

Vegetable Garden: Plan How Much to Plant For Your Needs

This post was originally published on this site Thus, in order to make a plan for just how much of what to plant, it’s is better to get some semblance of what crop plants are likely to produce, all conditions… Continue Reading →

Why Aloe Vera Should Be in Your Garden and the Best Way to Grow It

This post was originally published on this site Aloe vera, though, has many medicinal uses beyond that. And, as for taking care of a houseplant, they don’t require much attention at all, are easy to find, and are cheap to… Continue Reading →

How to Repair, Maintain, and Repurpose Garden Tools

This post was originally published on this site With any piece of equipment, there inevitably comes breaks, there is maintenance involved, and ultimately there is a life after their usefulness. Instead, the craft of tool maintenance, like home gardening, needs… Continue Reading →

DIY Lip Balms to Ward Off the Chap

This post was originally published on this site Luckily, there are effective and easily obtained plant-based solutions to chapped lips! Try these DIY tips! The post DIY Lip Balms to Ward Off the Chap appeared first on One Green Planet.

Plant-Based Foods With the Highest Omega-3 Fatty Acids

This post was originally published on this site There are plenty of plant-based foods with the omega 3 we need. Here are a few choices, and some recipes to add to your repertoire, to get you started. The post Plant-Based… Continue Reading →

How, When and Where to Find Morel Mushrooms, Springtime’s Prize-Winning Fungi

This post was originally published on this site To say morel mushrooms are a beloved find for foragers is an understatement. Not only do they represent the return of the mushroom hunting for the year, but they are considered a… Continue Reading →

Ayurvedic Techniques to Improve Your Concentration, Focus, and Energy Levels

This post was originally published on this site Rather than relying on chemical medicines and sugary potions to keep you focused and energized, why not try something a little more sustainable and a little better for your body like Ayurvedic… Continue Reading →

14 Cold-Weather Companion Plants for the Early-Bird Garden

This post was originally published on this site Companion planting can help with repelling or distracting pests, as well as adding fertility, protecting the soil, saving space, attracting pollinators and even improving flavor. Here are 15 cold-weather companion plants for… Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Purify Water – Naturally

This post was originally published on this site Without water, we can’t survive, and in fact, without clean water, we can’t survive. Unfortunately, in this modern world of chemical runoff and contamination, our sources of water are becoming both less… Continue Reading →

Follow These 5 Tips and Live Waste-Free Nearly Every Day

This post was originally published on this site Trying to leave less impact on the environment with each choice we make is always a good once, but going without any waste at all… is it possible? Here’s one of our… Continue Reading →

8 Creative DIY Ideas for Old Clothes

This post was originally published on this site Today we need to figure out what to do when clothes are too tattered for donation, when we’ve already restocked our collection of rags made of cut up tees. With a little… Continue Reading →

DIY: 6 Winter Warmers from Upcycled Materials

This post was originally published on this site For those with just a smidge of craftiness, perhaps a penchant for thumbing through the racks at the thrift store, the potential for sweet DIY winter clothes is large. Here are 6… Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar in the Bathroom

This post was originally published on this site Apple cider vinegar (ACV), in addition to be amazingly medicinal, is amazingly useful in other ways, and oddly enough, keeping a bottle in the bathroom isn’t such a bad idea. The post… Continue Reading →

DIY: 7 Creative Things to Do with Old Glass Jugs

This post was originally published on this site There are lots of ways for us to avoid sticking the jugs into the recycling bin and reusing them instead. Here are some creative ideas! The post DIY: 7 Creative Things to… Continue Reading →

How to Tackle 10 Home Cleaning Tasks With Just 5 Green Ingredients

This post was originally published on this site Making your own all-natural potions and powders costs much less than buying that something straight off the supermarket shelf. All you need is five easy ingredients and you’re in business! The post… Continue Reading →

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