Building a bee-friendly landscape is easier (and more important) than you think!
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50 Ways your Home can Save the Earth - A Good to be Home Infographic
love this for my veggie garden
6 Creative Ways to Use Your Fallen Trees
Pine cones as mulch, keep dogs out of the flower beds – interesting
Old Tires as Decoration | Design DIY Magazine
Old Tires as Decoration | Design & DIY Magazine
Grow More with Less: Sustainable Garden Methods
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New Book! The New Art of Living Green. Photography: Bianca Brandon-Cox, Authors: Erica Palmcrantz, Aziz and Susanne Hovenäs, www.amazon.com/...
Keep wasps and bees away this summer. Put about 10 cloves in 1/2 a lemon and set out. They do not like the scent. Cut off the ends so they sit flat.
The Essential Herbal Blog: Pomanders
Shine your coffee pot! Clean your tea kettle! 20 Uses for Leftover Fruit and Vegetable Rinds and Peels
20 uses for leftover fruit and vegetable peels
Dryer lint in a toilet paper roll makes great kindling for a fire... who knew?
I made brooms like this as a child (Girl Scouts is a wonderful thing). I still make them! Every fall season from branch clippings to use in the yard to sweep up leaves that rakes leave behind and to clean up hard to rake areas. Works wonders!
This is easier and cheaper than water balloons, better for the environment, easier to clean up and the fun can go on for hours! :)
"Bug Off" in a Mason Jar! Add floating candles, citronella oil, mint, lemon, lime, & rosemary.
Eco Friendly Green Driveways | Gastons Green Ideas
All natural green ant killer for pennies and it works just as well as expensive poison! This natural ant killer can be used in a garden to sustain an organic environment.
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Use terrycloth fingertip towels instead of napkins. Washable, practically indestructible, and available in lots of colors and patterns!