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…

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…

Gardening with Bees

  During the spring and summer you will notice many bees in the flower gardens. Bees love  bee balm, cosmos, Echinacea, snapdragons foxglove, and hosta in the summer. I have many of these flowers throughout my flower bed gardens. As for the fall season zinnias, sedum, asters, witch hazel and goldenrod are late bloomers that…

Edible Succulents

Succulents plant are becoming trend stories and social-media posts everyday.  They are becoming, a decorating staple in homes, restaurants, offices, and even dorm room decor. But did you know that a lot of common succulents can also be healthy and delicious additions to your dinner plate? Probably not the first thing that comes to mind…

Pumpkin Seeds Benefits

The third Wednesday of October is National Pumpkin seed day! I love the season of autumn because you can create magical pumpkins and sip on hot apple cider while snacking on pumpkin seeds. Seeds, in general, are considered excellent sources of potassium, magnesium, and calcium. Pumpkin seeds are a good source of healthful oils, magnesium,…