When I was growing up, I saw my dad collecting fruit and vegetable scraps for his compost pile. When it was ready,he was so happy to use it for his garden.
Thanks to him, I could easily understand the benefits of composting. First, what is composting? Composting is a natural process of recycling organic material like fruits, vegetables, grass clipping, paper and more. Once the decomposition starts, the organics transform into a natural source of nutrients for your soil.
When I started to look for natural cleaning products, I didn’t know that it was so easy to make my own air freshener. Just a few ingredients and it takes minutes to make your own safe spray. I was so happy to find an alternative from conventional air fresheners as I wanted to get away from chemicals which can pollute the air inside your home. Did you know that artificial scents and perfumes can create allergic reactions, breathing difficulties, and even migraines? Some ingred
It took me a while to try to eat microgreens, mostly because I didn’t know what they really were. But when I started to help Lorraine at Good Seed Garden, I had the opportunity to see them growing from seeds, I was curious and I decided to give them a try. Now I am a convert. So what are microgreens anyway? Microgreens are small shoots between sprouts and baby vegetables. They are usually harvested 1-3 weeks after germination, once the plant’s first true leaves have emerged.