Fall Garden Plan – How to Grow a Garden in Autumn

Fall Garden Plan – How to Grow a Garden in Autumn

When most people think gardening, spring planting and summer and fall harvesting are what immediately spring to mind. While many plants really do best in the spring and summer months, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get plenty of wonderful food when planting in the...
Mama Z Garden Tips: Staking Tomatoes and Peppers

Mama Z Garden Tips: Staking Tomatoes and Peppers

Your tomato and pepper plants are thriving and getting so tall, and then suddenly, they've fallen over onto the ground and they look terrible. We've all been there. Its sad, and once the plant is that big there's not much you can do about it. This year, get ahead of...
Gardener’s Essential Oil Bug Spray

Gardener’s Essential Oil Bug Spray

From tiny little buzzing gnats to blood sucking mosquitos, some insects can really take the joy out of gardening. And who wants to use toxic sprays and repellents that seep into your skin? Not me! This is my all natural solution, an essential oil bug spray for...
Essential Oil Ant and Wasp Killer

Essential Oil Ant and Wasp Killer

When you're out working in the garden and you get stung by a red ant or wasp, it really makes the rest of the day miserable! And the trouble is, it's hard to find an ant killer that won't harm the beneficial insects you actually want to have in your garden, or leach...
All Natural Weed Killer

All Natural Weed Killer

Most of the time when we're gardening we just pull the weeds because the soil is soft and we don't want to risk spraying our precious plants with something that might kill them, even if the spray is all natural. But when it comes to the pesky weeds coming up in the...
Rooting A Pineapple | Window Sill Gardening Part 4

Rooting A Pineapple | Window Sill Gardening Part 4

Join me in rooting a pineapple! On day 4 we're talking about growing a pineapple plant from the top of your pineapple. Pineapples take a while to grow, but they are truly fascinating plants that are worth the time and effort. And, you're starting the plant from...
How To Transition Plants To Outside | Window Sill Gardening Part 5

How To Transition Plants To Outside | Window Sill Gardening Part 5

Wow! You made it to day 5. Thanks for following! On our last day let's talk about how to transition plants from the window sill to the outdoors. This is something a lot of people rush, but we don't want to do that! It's hard on the plants! How to Transition Plants to...
How To Root Plants From Hydroponics

How To Root Plants From Hydroponics

Can you believe it's day 3? Today we're going to talk about rooting from hydroponics. I'm sure you've seen those pretty hydroponics basil plants in your supermarket and wondered if you could do that at home. Well, you can! Ready to get started? Start Plants By Rooting...
How To Root Plants From Cuttings | Window Sill Gardening Part 2

How To Root Plants From Cuttings | Window Sill Gardening Part 2

Welcome back! On day two we're going to talk about rooting plants from cuttings. This is a great way to start new plants and it saves both time and money because the plants are already partially grown, and you're not having to buy seeds! Watch the video to learn how...
How To Grow Herbs | Window Sill Gardening Part 1

How To Grow Herbs | Window Sill Gardening Part 1

How to Grow Herbs Yes, you can grow herbs on your window sill in your kitchen or another place in your house. Window sills are a great place to start plants that you'll later move outdoors. In this video I talk about lighting, and how to grow herbs. My 3 favorite...