Consider adding low maintenance cacti or succulents to your indoor decor.
Get the most out of the holiday plants you give, receive or purchase for your own enjoyment. When properly transported, tended and displayed they can provide weeks of beauty and enjoyment throughout the holidays and beyond.
With the new fall season, I always look at the garden with some trepidation—whether it is the mountainous drifts of shifting leaves that need to be raked or the ghostly-looking mushrooms that spring up overnight in the dew-laden soil. With Halloween just around the corner and winter breathing down my neck, the garden can become a pretty scary place as the winds turn cold and sweet children become bloodsucking vampires in the blink of an eye. A garden paradise starts to reveal its dark side when plants disguise themselves as snakes and mutant gourds reign.
It is impossible to believe that the calendar page flipped to September already! Hopefully, you have danced between the raindrops this summer and found plenty of time to swim, barbeque and of course, garden. Since September is usually a busy month, do some planning now and you’ll be sure to get it all accomplished.
Here's a helpful cheat sheet on how to cook vegetables a variety of different ways (thanks to domesticsuperhero.com). It's been a great help in the kitchen!