Medicinal Succulents

“This is for informational purposes only. Do not use any plants medicinally without consulting your doctor first.” Adding succulents and cacti to your home help keep your fresh air and remove toxins from the environment. Plants absorb our respiratory waste (carbon dioxide), and they convert it into plant carbohydrates to build strong bodies that in…

Bears & Succulents

Did you know leaves and flowers form the largest, most dependable portion of the black bear’s annual diet? They seek tender plant parts with nutrients in a digestible, fluid form. In spring, many young plants fit that description. Early foods are catkins (flowers) of aspen, willow, hazel, and alder. Emerging leaves, grass, and small plants…

Bohemian Gardening

Boho style can be someone who likes to live an unconventional, artistic lifestyle. If you’re something of a free spirit, then naturally you’ll want the areas of your life where you spend the most time to reflect that. This chic style is very reminiscent of the hippie or bohemian look. It’s been popular for quite…

Growing Winter Herbs

Just because it’s colder, doesn’t mean you have to give up on your herb garden. Have you tried growing herbs in the winter? It can be easily done by using seeds from one of the listed herbs below and using a small planter to plant your little herb garden! So, here are some herbs that…

Taking care of Air Plants

Did you know the reason why this unique plant is nicknamed “Air Plants”  because they get the majority of their nutrients from the air? Their true name is Tillandsia. Although air plants used to be a rare greenery, these hardy plants have become popular in the past couple years, so you can find them at…