A couple of weeks ago, we were talking homemade mozzarella and I mentioned my gigantic basil plants. Basically they're growing so large that they will consume my house. Here are the tips I know for growing mad basil.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of Plants & Gardening posts.
These posts cover vegetables, flower gardens, houseplants, and the trails and tribulations associated with them.
I was sitting out on the deck one day and noticed my neighbor, Erin, bringing food scraps to a long pipe in her backyard. I knew it had to be composting, but I hadn't seen it done in a tube before. Erin is a college student majoring in Environmental Studies so I knew she'd have awesome insight into composting, so I picked her brain for the infos.
Hi, I'm Megan and I'm still displaying a sad dead plant on my shelf. Clearly others are keeping their air plants alive and happy… what am I missing here?
If you want to use old spoons as garden markers, just follow these three steps.
Maybe it was the paint fumes, but I had epiphany while turning an old bedside drawer into a plant stand… It's not supposed to be a plant shelf — it's a planter! A "tropical blossom" planter.