What is the difference between annual, perennial & biennial plants? Find out in this video!Read more
Porches are becoming extensions of the home’s design, so knowing the following great porch design ideas is useful for any homeowner. When the warm season hits, many people would rather spend their free time outdoors, relaxing and enjoying the natural beauty. By decorating your porch, you can increase the space in your home, as well as your family’s enjoyment. Perhaps you will find yourselves spending more time together on a warm and welcoming porch. Whatever your reason for moving the festivities outdoors, you will love entertaining on […]Read more
Make an Outdoor Water Wall. A water wall is a wonderful structure that creates a beautiful aesthetic effect in your backyard for water to flow. It is a special type of fountain that will no doubt have your family members and any visitors staring at it in awe. A water wall can create quite a feeling of tranquility and is relatively simple to build.Read more
How to Start A Backyard Vegetable Garden. There is no better way to get back to nature than to create a backyard garden. What’s better than connecting to nature through food!!! Gardening is good for you in so many ways, fresh air and exercise, the enjoyable kind of exercise, not the boring kind a gym offers. There is a kind of peacefulness in the garden and it spreads and grows in you. The solitude is very healthy and is the best way to control stress. Gardens are […]Read more
They’re pretty to look at, sure — but the changing leaves you see in autumn are really a striking example of nature taking extreme measures to protect itself.Read more
How to Make Pumpkin Dip is the perfect sweet no-bake treat for fall! It’s creamy from the cream cheese base and is perfectly spiced with a combination of cinnamon and ginger. This easy dip recipe can be enjoyed with graham crackers, gingersnaps, apples, bananas and more! Ingredients 16 oz cream cheese, softened 2 – 8 oz packages 15 oz can of pumpkin 2 c. powdered sugar 2 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp ground ginger Instructions Beat cream cheese and pumpkin in large bowl until smooth. Add powdered sugar, […]Read more
Ever wonder what to do with those gross, stringy seeds that come out of those pumpkins? This page has great recipes for how to cook pumpkin seeds. Whether roasting, toasting in a skillet, or microwaving, get ready for a tasty treat for your Halloween party!
Pumpkin seeds were once thought of just to part of the leftover detritus after you’d carved a jack-o’-lantern, but no more! Now more and more people know that you can cook them in a multitude of ways, including roasting and microwaving. Plus, they’re healthy, and if you’re carving a pumpkin, you definitely have them on hand. Why not enjoy them today?
Taking care of your bonsai is a breeze with these DIY care tips.Read more