5 Ways to Use Citrus Peels in Your Garden - Don't toss your orange peels and other citrus peels, put them to use in the garden with these gardening tips.
5 Ways to Use Citrus Peels in Your Garden
Bumper crop this year. Zucchini Cobbler | 10 Zucchini Recipes That Will Blow YourMind
Community Post: 10 Zucchini Recipes That Will Blow Your Mind
How to Freeze Fresh Basil; I've been using this method for years and years now and I love using the frozen basil for a burst of flavor in winter soups or stews. [from Kalyn's Kitchen] #FreshHerbs #CookingTips #Basil #FreezingHerbs
Kalyn's Kitchen®: How to Freeze Fresh Basil
Delicious Wild Rose Jelly Recipe - Real Food - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Delicious Wild Rose Jelly Recipe
The 1"x2"s that help keep the canning jars from falling are painted with chalkboard paint. Then you can label each section with what is stored in the jars.
recipe - Canned Three Bean Salad
Candied Jalapeños (Cowboy Candy) My favorite way to eat jalapeños . You get all the heat and a little sweet.
Candied Jalapeños (Cowboy Candy) | The Homestead Survival
Strawberries dried in the oven. taste like candy but are healthy & natural. 3 hrs at 210 degrees.
In the Oven Dried Strawberries - Healthy Snack
How to make an outdoor word game -- Are your kids spending too much time indoors? When you encourage them to go outside, do they complain that there’s nothing to do? Not anymore! Get them into the backyard with supersized lawn letters for a game of words. They’ll be out in the fresh air and they’ll be learning, too.
~ Shish-ka-ball ~ The heyday of classic board games like Ker-Plunk and Jenga may be long gone, but you can re-create that heady feeling of pulling out a piece and waiting to see if everything comes crashing down. You can do it in a yard-size version that's sure to become the raucous centerpiece of any summer gathering.
Tips for Refrigerator pickles from @Health magazine!
CD Case Greenhouse Tutorial | So You Think You're Crafty
Shade garden with flowers and colorful foliage - for areas that receive shade throughout the day with some sun in the morning and late afternoon. Plants that like shade/part shade: Hostas, Lamium, Astrantia, Ajuga, Astilbe, Lily of the Valley, Heuchera, Pulmonaria, Japanese Painted Fern, & Dicentra.
Grow seedlings in salad greens tub 'greenhouse' and paper tube 'pots'.
And what are these curly little cuties? Moraea Tortilis - common name spiral grass.
Slow-Cooker Bacon Jam - Martha Stewart Recipes