Aloe is a must-have houseplant even if you’re not a houseplant kind of person and that’s because it is so dang useful!
British Columbia’s capital is at our southern tip, we have an endless supply of breathtaking beaches, old growth forests and jaw dropping waterfalls.
If you grow aloe vera and you don’t use the nectar of the gods inside (aloe vera gel) you’re seriously missing out! Fresh aloe knocks the socks off store-bought bottles, and it is super healthy for your skin, hair, burns and digestion.
September is a great time to be in the garden. The cooler weather is a warm welcome after a long hot summer. Don’t put your feet up and relax yet though. There’s still work to be done! Here are 11 things you should be doing in the garden in September.
Kate Barazzuol understands the joy and sustenance of connecting to nature, and crafts nature inspired jewellery to help us deepen this connection. Her stories, jewellery and perspectives are a feast for the eyes and soul.
Are your tomato plants amazingly tall and lush green but lacking in fruit production? Why does this happen and how can you fix it?
What are zoodles and how do you make them? All you need is a spiralizer and some zucchini and you’re on your way to a tasty dinner.
Their large luscious green leaves with their trademark “Swiss Cheese” style holes makes them an easy choice for plant enthusiasts!
Our readers have an ongoing battle with pests in their gardens. This month we take a closer look at praying mantises.