Get Your Garden Off the Ground (And Into the Air): Gardening vertically can actually increase your vegetable production and offer you a bigger bounty. All that air circulation and sunlight helps maintain healthy foliage and healthy plants (with little or no pests and disease) offer bigger yields — even if it is in a smaller space.
Gardening is an activity that is proven to have numerous benefits: it's a way to make your living space more beautiful, homegrown vegetables and herbs are healthier and safer to eat than those bought in store, working in the garden can be a form of exercise, and being in touch with nature improves your mental state. Gardening is supposed to be an enjoyable hobby, so how do you avoid it becoming a hassle and a part of your routine? This article will provide suggestions for DIY projects that…
Spring is that perfect season lets you pay more attention on the garden. Flowers, tress, plants and vegetables…they will give you a lot of joyful time when you are taking care of them. Besides of plants, the garden also require many other unique and creative decorations. A garden path, small fountain or stone seating, they […]
Classroom organization is important! My teacher binder helps me stay organized all year. Here are some of my favorite tips and ideas for putting together the best teacher binder. See my lesson plan templates, teacher binder covers, and more! (I can't live without number 5)