A feature on RT1home, a woman-owned business that’s providing beautiful plant products and imported Japanese goods.
Winterizing your plants: how to prepare them for indoor life and what to expect while they adjust in your home.
Baskets, fabric bag and ceramic wall planters without holes - this is how I plant in no-drainage containers.
My experience on the innovative Patch Planters that encourages us all to grow more.
My simple fertilizing routine for my indoor plants using both synthetic and organic methods.
Methods to kill fungus gnats on houseplants: those persistent pesky little black flies.
A cozy cottage-inspired kitchen with a modern update that’s themed in wood, greenery and steel.
Our small kitchen: painting the cabinets to refresh the dated mahogany wood to a contemporary palette.
We’re ditching synthetic sponges for luffas: clean naturally using the fruit of a plant.
Our small kitchen: how we renovated it to be more airy and seamlessly integrated into our open concept living space.
Taking cues from our plants and going with the grain, literally. We’re swapping white for wood.
Using the WallyGro system for an easy-install plant wall. And, the updates months later.
Guest writer Tim Hughes talks about soil health in relation to growing plants. A must-read for organic gardening.
My experience with the compact “Astia” container zucchini comes with a raving recommendation.
The summer we moved: an almost “no show” garden that was patched together late season.
Keeping Up with the Joneses: ornamental fury with a side-dish of edibles.
An overly enthusiastic, chaotic garden full of some rookie mistakes and tips I recommend for the beginner gardener.
Easy beginner mistakes to avoid and from the vault: scarce photos from my first garden.