Fertilizer Tea from Plants, Weeds, and Grass
Using your own garden weeds and grass, you can make homemade fertilizer tea. It’s a great boost for your plants midsummer when they run low on “fuel.” Here’s how to make fertilizer tea for your garden.
Enhance outdoor spaces with these pretty solar-powered flower lanterns. Hand-painted glass petals add a lovely pop of color during the day. At night, a string of automatic LED lights illuminate the flowers creating a colorful glow. The metal hook and beaded chain makes this unique lantern easy to hang.
A staple in our garden, beets grow easily and you won’t have to wait long until harvesting their tasty roots. And you can eat their green tops, too, so they’re a dual-purpose crop. Learn all you need to know about growing beets—from planting to harvest!
Animal-shaped microwave heating pads that double as a gentle ice packs. Provide natural hot and cold comfort! Microwave for moist heat therapy to relax stiff muscles and improve circulation and flexibility.