We have some really tall beautiful pine trees in our yard. They provide more than shade or a place for birds and squirrels to nest. They provide some significant pine needles as well as some annoying pine cones. We Southerners are used to pine trees, they are known to grow everywhere and harvested … Continue reading FREE: Pine Needles aka Pine Straw for Mulch
Do you keep bees for a hobby or personal business? I bet your looking to make the most you can from your friendly flyers. You use honey as just honey or in your teas etc. But how do you use the beeswax? “Beeswax is harvested from hives during peak harvesting season. Honey bees produce beeswax … Continue reading Bees contribute more than honey, Honey by Chealee and Heather
Exercise. Something people of all ages should do daily. We all have different capabilities and there’s so many things one person may be able to do, but another cannot. So many people can have health problems that make exercise hard. We never know another person’s story or the complications they deal with. What works for … Continue reading Exercises of the Ages (a Collaboration with fellow interns Jennie Menominee & Chealee O’Neill)
What if there was an herb that was free, found almost in every driveway or pathway, was great for summertime bites, stings, burns, and even had some internal benefits? Would you mow over it? No, you’d say tell you more. Commonly mistaken for a weed, this green foliage called Broadleaf Plantain, or Plantago Major if … Continue reading The Herb that Often Gets Mowed Over – But a Summertime Remedy!
We Southerners love our sweet tea, whether it’s Luzianne, Lipton or even Tetley, we are accustomed to black tea leaves bagged, steeped or brewed, blended with sugar and served iced or refrigerated. Tea is not just for Southerners, tea is famous around the world and in so many other forms, fashion and flavors, hot and … Continue reading Heavenly Tea Leaves: The Top Five Healthiest and Tastiest Tea Leaves