Rose Platter for Using up your Coffee Grounds! Coffee grounds can and must be composted along with your vegetable peels, eggshells etc. but they should be sugarless. Plant Pick-me-up: Your houseplants will freshen up with a light sprinkling of coffee grounds on top of the … Continue reading Rose Platter for Using Coffee Grounds
The Rose platter and Citrus Peel Citrus peelings can go into your compost bin. But here are some tips to use them in special ways! The rinds from lemons, tangerines, limes, oranges and grapefruits are fragrant and tasty. They turn into nice eco friendly jobs. … Continue reading The Rose Platter with Citrus Scents
I just discovered this gardener who grows an entire hedge of Rosa rugosa roses as an ornamental and edible barrier in the narrow strip of land between the street and the stream in front of her house! Lee Reich says in his captivating book A … Continue reading The Gardener who ate his ROSES!
There are several types of food that actually help to clear our system, and to make us slimmer. Figs, apples, berries, citrus fruits all help us to slim down. Use Stevia instead of sugar. This almost magical plant can sweeten your tea, coffee, juices etc. … Continue reading Choose natural dieting methods…
Want to try out some LAZY Composting? If you would rather watch Netflix all day, or eat potato chips, or bake a coconut cake all day, and yet feel this little guilty nudge to help the environment, you can try out this lazy way … Continue reading Rose Platter for Lazy Composting!
Fertilize your lawn the chemical free way! According to the Lawn Institute, if you leave it alone, your grass will convert organic matter into nutrients to keep the lawn growing! Grass clippings themselves are a good source of free fertilizer. They can provide up … Continue reading Fertilize your lawn the chemical free way!
Rose Platter: don’t give mass produced flowers The gorgeous bunch of roses you buy in a supermarket has probably been grown in a greenhouse the other side of the world at a huge cost to the environment. In Colombia, with a flower industry worth 600 … Continue reading Don’t buy mass produced flowers!