Such an inspiring story...and look at those gorgeous topiaries!
What's your favorite thing to do with pinecones? I love to use them to diffuse essential oil.
See full instructions: https://gardentherapy.ca/scented-pinecones/
Have you heard of "forest bathing"?
Would you live in a building like this?
To remove the leaves from rosemary, thyme, sage, and other herbs, pinch the stem at the top with your fingers and hold the top of the sprig with your other hand. Pull down on the branch to remove the leaves.
I used this technique to efficiently make 25 jars of rosemary finishing salt: https://gardentherapy.ca/herb-finishing-salt/
It would have taken forever if I'd removed each leaf individually!
These clay leaf-imprint dishes are stunning and easy to DIY.
This is oddly terrifying.
The privilege of living among nature.
If you grow fall asters, you may be lucky enough to be seeing butterflies in the garden even at this time of year.
Are you still harvesting from your garden? Here are some techniques that will extend the season and keep you munching on garden produce well into the winter.
Adding googly eyes to a Cephalocereus senilis is one of many easy, adorable, garden-inspired Halloween decorations.
A fall rainbow.
What a beautiful oasis.
Bioluminescence is amazing.
This bourbon cranberry sauce is a rich, comforting way to enjoy the tastes of the season.
Would you grow a salad sphere?
Do you know how to make your Christmas cactus bloom?
These tips work for Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter cacti. Simply adjust the timing accordingly for whichever cactus you have.
What answer did you get?
This woman single-handedly prevented the extinction of these goats. Bravo!
Plant a garden, save the world.
Kale, sedum, and grasses make these Jack-o-Planterns a fun garden-inspired way to decorate for Halloween.
Go on a virtual tour of the gardens at Blarney Castle in Ireland.
Add a fresh lift to your cold-weather culinary creations with herb finishing salt.
Who else wants one?
Make some time to play today!
I'm curious, what do you think of these succulent pumpkins?
Being creative in any way--whether in the garden or the sewing room--isn't just fun, it's healthy too.
These clay pendants diffuse essential oil as you wear them, so you can bring healing aromatherapy with you wherever you go.
Make your own: https://gardentherapy.ca/aromatherapy-pendants/
Take a minute to enjoy the calming sound of this zen water garden.
Oh my goodness. This is just too sweet.
Keep beneficial pollinators in mind when choosing your bulbs this season.
Try these pickled golden beets made with star anise and ginger. You won't regret it.
Don't mess with lima beans.
Herb finishing salt can be used to flavor fresh vegetables from the garden or garnish your other culinary creations.
It is easy to make and packed with aromatherapy, making the preparation process a therapeutic journey in itself.
These spiders look amazing up close!
"Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you."
Would you like to see a store like this where you live?
Do you ever wonder what goes on in the garden when you're sleeping? Quite a lot!
For your weekend to do list...
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