Our free composting guide gives you all the details you need to start a simple and productive composting system. Composting is tremendously beneficial and it's easy! You are free to print a copy for yourself but it is not to be reproduced in any way or used for commercial purposes. If you have a special event of some sort and would like to use it, just let me know, We want everyone to be able to garden successfully and are glad to help in any way we can.
Free Garden Blooms Coloring Pages For Adults and Children
Winter is cold here. Like REALLY COLD. My kids are 100% outside kids even in the winter but it just isn't safe to let them go out when it is -40, or -20, or -10. We spend many winter afternoons coloring and dreaming of summer. I make them these coloring pages and they fill them with color. There are even a few that we have created together. We thought we would share a few of our favorites with you. Feel free to print what you would like for your personal use but they are not to be used for commercial purposes. If you would like to print more for a gathering please just let me know. I like to share. Check back for new coloring pages.
Many of us are trying to give pollinators a helping hand by planting a pollinator garden. It is recommended to have at least 5 and preferably 20 plants in bloom through out every season. I've created these worksheets to help you keep your planning organized and insure that you have something blooming through out the seasons. There is a page for each season of the year including winter for those who are able to grow then. For more information on how to pick the best plant, trees, and shrubs, with over 100 varieties listed, please visit my blog post Over 100 Plants for Pollinators and How to Choose Them..
Friends and Foes of Your Garden A guide to the beneficial insects that we want to attract and the bad bugs that we don't want in our garden. How can we create and environment that will convince our garden friends to take up residence in our gardens and what we can do (besides attract beneficial insects), to combat the foes, or bad bugs that threaten our gardens? This guide we fill you in on all the details.