Monthly Archives: October 2011
- Love coffee? Well, drink up – but don’t throw those grounds out with the trash. Gardening Junkys know there really is more to coffee than just drinking it. It turns out coffee can play a part in organic gardening. So not only can you drink it, but you can use the coffee grounds to make your garden soil and plants… Continue reading
It’s harvest time! Every good Gardening Junky loves to make salsa, so get out in the garden and collect those tomatos, peppers, and onions and check out this recipe.
The key to this recipe is roasting the chili peppers and red bell peppers. It brings out the deep rich flavors.
To roast the peppers, first slit them to allow the… Continue reading
The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping. The leaves are changing colors and in the northern areas snow flakes have swirled in the air. Winter is coming and it is time to get serious about feeding the birds. Birds come to our feeders in the Spring, Summer and Autumn because they are convenient and have special treats.… Continue reading
Fall is here. The leaves are turning color and the air is crisp. I found these photos of simple, yet elegant rustic garden decor I wanted to share. It’s easy to make beautiful fall decor out of natural items found in your own back yard.
This simple grapevine wreath embellished with some flowers and dried seed pods adds a splash… Continue reading