Reuse produce containers and plastic egg cartons to start your seeds indoors.
OPEN SESAME – THE STORY OF SEEDS by Nicole Wines “What makes a seed grow?……You need sunshine, you need water, you need love.”~Open Sesame – The Story of Seeds This […]
by Francisco G.Gómez Syllabification: (nu·men) Pronunciation: /ˈn(y)o͞omən/ noun (plural numina /-mənə/) the spirit or divine power presiding over a thing or place. Origin: early 17th century: from Latin Above is […]
By Francisco G. Gómez A week ago I was invited to a round table discussion. The topic was end of garden season observations. It turned out to be a round […]
En mi cuba nace una mata, que sin permiso no se puede tumba eh. No se puede tumba eh, porque son Orisa. Esa mata nace en el monte, esa mata tiene poder. Esa mata es Siguaraya!
There has been a lot of buzz about saving the bees lately. Beekeepers, environmental groups, farmers (who rely on the bees to pollinate up to 80% of their flowering crops), and even mainstream media outlets are all reporting a shocking decline in the bee population, especially honeybees, in North America and many regions of Europe. Here is a list of some plants that can be useful to both you and our pollinator friends in your gardens.
Learn about the healing properties of Guanábana (Annona Muricata), better known as Sour Sop in the English language.