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7 Uses For Coffee Grounds On Plants In The Garden

What to do with Coffee grounds? Put coffee grounds in the garden? Does adding used grounds from your morning coffee to your garden soil help or hurt? Have you noticed, down at your favorite coffee house, bags of used coffee (Starbucks has them)? Have you tried putting coffee grounds in compost? How about using coffee grounds on …


The One Tree That Every Homesteader Should Plant

Trees are a homesteader’s best friend. They provide shelter from the sun, wind, and rain, as well as protection from intruders. They often have medicinal properties or produce food—or both. Firewood is yet another benefit, and it’s essential for homesteaders who are off the grid. Most homesteaders who purchase a property find themselves wishing that the previous …


10 Plants to Keep Mosquitos Away

As much as we love summer, it does have annoying mosquitos. I am sharing 10 Plants to Keep Mosquitos Away! Help repel mosquitos by filling your garden with as many plants that keep mosquitos away and hopefully, you’ll have a mosquito-free yard! 10 Plants to Keep Mosquitos Away Many of the 10 plants to keep mosquitos …


10 Awesome Uses Of White Vinegar In The Garden (With Recipes)

The desire to move away from toxic pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, and artificial fertilizers is gaining popularity as health awareness is on the rise. Growing your own food organically is the alternative, but the tricky pest problem remains, fortunately, vinegar is a great alternative to these artificial toxins! Vinegar can simultaneously enhance the life of a plant and …


15 Houseplants That Need Zero Sunlight

Whether you are living in a studio apartment with couple windows or in a house with few darker rooms, here are 15 best houseplants that need zero sunlight for healthy growth. Even though some of them do well in medium light, they are just fine in low light too. If you are ready to add those plants to your space …

Gardening Health


Willow bark has been used for centuries as a natural pain reliever.  It contains salicin, which was later synthesized and is the active ingredient in aspirin.  It’s reputed to relieve pain without the stomach upset chemical aspirin causes, and it’s easier on the liver too. All willow species contain some amount of salicin, so it’s …