Kate Djupe shares her plans from making this nice vertical herb garden that also serves as a living wall to her deck, providing a lovely green wall and some priviacy for and from the neighbor yard. Nice set of details to help you build one.
Monthly Archive: September 2013
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Real Farmacy shares the symptoms of low levels of vitamin K and tell us which foods we should be eating to make sure we do not have low levels. They also say that taking antibiotics can destroy the vitamin k in our systems so I would think if you are taking antibiotics you should be …
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Deborah Silver shares pictures of her container lighting for winter. These are just containers with tall sticks and smaller dried field weeds with white christmas lights in them. How incredibly gorgeous would your deck or patio be with a couple of these. I want one by the front door as well.
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Guest Post by Joel Johnson Joel is a military veteran with 8 years of service and spent over 39 months deployed to Iraq. He used the skills that he learned in the infantry to prepare for what is coming. He is a father with a love for football and his children. Doomsday Scenarios On the …
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Eat The Weeds website shares how to use Horsemint in wild food foraging and herbal medicine. Nature is all around us and full of healing plants if you know where and how to use them. Wild food foraging and herbal medicine are two of the most highly respected skills to invest time in learning because …
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