When the weather turns hot & dry it can be hard on your plants and trees. Especially trying to keep them properly watered. Here in NE Texas we’ve actually slipped once again into a severe drought. So I’m employing many efforts to keep my plants and trees healthy.
I’m sharing a few tricks to summer cooking without adding extra heat & humidity to our home. I’ve included cooler food choices, cooler slow cooker methods, outdoor grilling ideas, solar cooking option and MORE!
By now most of you know Earth Day is April 22nd each year. It’s a special day to highlight being kind to our environment – it’s like Mother Nature’s birthday! There are lots of gifts we can give to Mother Nature, most of ’em are FREE. Come see my faves.
This time of year, many are dealing with all those falling leaves. It seems they’re EVERYWHERE! But don’t send them to the landfill – oh no! They can be used to keep your garden soil healthy and suppress weeds.
That all adds up to a healthier garden with less work. What’s not to love??!
See the three different rainwater catchment systems that work best for our homestead. They’re all simple and provide all the irrigation water we need. We even irrigate our gardens 100% with only captured rainwater.