Robin Greenfield on Cultivating Sustainable Change for a Better World
Robin Greenfield shares his journey to green living and how he strives for simplicity and abundance in his life without material possessions.
5 Natural Insecticides That Keep Your Houseplants Pest-Free
Dealing with houseplant or garden pests? These eco-friendly, homemade, and natural insecticides will take care of the problem, no toxic chemicals needed.
7 Drought-Tolerant Houseplants That Don't Mind Being Ignored
Buying drought-tolerant plants is a win-win: You get to add to your indoor jungle, all while reducing your water footprint.
8 Ways to Save the Bees—and Why They're Important to the Planet
Bees play a critical role in the health of the planet, its ecosystems, and people. Here are some simple ways you can help save the bees.
Compost Tea Is the Key to Healthy Plants—Here's How to Make It
You can use your food scraps to make tea for your plants. Here's how to make compost tea and why it's beneficial for your houseplants.
5 Pet-Friendly Plants That Are Safe for Dogs and Cats
If you're looking for some pet-friendly plants that are safe for dogs and cats, we have five expert-approved picks you should know about.
5 Tips for Starting Your Own Urban Garden
Homegrown food isn't just for those who make their homes in rural areas. Here are some tips for starting your own urban garden.
Gardening for Beginners: 12 Tips for Growing Your Own Food
Growing your own food is both fulfilling and eco-friendly. If you're ready to get started, consider this gardening for beginners 101.
'No Mow May' Is the Easiest Way to Help Save the Bees This Spring
Homeowners are participating in "No Mow May," letting their lawns grow freely for an entire month. Here's how it helps save the bees.
Gardyn vs Lettuce Grow: Which Hydroponic Garden System Is Better?
Trying to decide between Gardyn and Lettuce Grow? We're breaking down both hydroponic gardens in terms of cost, sustainability, and more.
What Is Xeriscaping? Everything You Need to Know About the Sustainable Landscaping Trend
Xeriscaping, or drought-tolerant landscaping, saves water and promotes native ecosystems. Here's what you need to know about the sustainable option.
Caring for Pilea Plants: Your Guide to Watering and Propagation
Pilea plants are becoming increasingly popular. Here's your go-to guide to pilea plant care and propagation
The Rise of Worm Farms Is Reducing the Ick Factor That Comes With Composting
Worm farms are becoming more and more popular. Here's why vermicomposting is one of the *least* icky ways to upcycle food waste.
Start a Butterfly Garden: 10 Plants and Flowers to Start With
Monarchs and other butterflies rely on a number of plants and flowers for survival. Create your own butterfly garden with these blooms.
How to Find Free Plants: 6 Simple Ways to Add to Your Collection
Free plants are easy to find. Here are some no-cost ways to add to your collection, from attending plant swaps to planting food scraps.
Everything You Should Know About Collecting Rainwater
Learning how to collect rainwater is a sustainable solution to your gardening woes. Here's what you need to know to get started.
10 Raised Garden Bed Ideas Anyone Can Build
Growing your own food, herbs, and flowers is an easy feat with the correct set-up. These raised garden bed ideas will give your at-home grow an instant glow-up.
What Is Plant Blindness? Urban Farmer Nick Cutsumpas Explains the Phenomenon
Plants are vital to our environment and its many ecosystems, making our attention essential. Here's what plant blindness is, and how to combat it.
Bugs Bugging You? Here's How to Get Rid of Gnats Sustainably
Gnats may be small, but they can be a huge nuisance. Here's what you need to know about how to get rid of gnats sustainably.
5 Low-Maintenance Lawn Alternatives That Will Make You Say Goodbye to Grass
Keeping up a beautiful grass lawn requires a lot of work—and resources. Opt for these sustainable lawn alternatives instead.
7 Plants That Repel Bugs Naturally, From Mint to Marigolds
Skip the chemical-heavy insect spray in favor of plants that repel bugs naturally. Here, seven options to rid your backyard of pests.
Need a Houseplant Overhaul? Here’s How to Host a Plant Swap
There's no better way to spruce up your home than with some new plants. Here's how to host a plant swap for some fresh new greenery.
No-Dig Gardening: How to Get Started With the Green Alternative
Looking for innovative and eco-friendly ways to grow your own food at home? No-dig gardening is your secret to sustainable cultivation.
10 Native Full-Sun Plants and Flowers That Thrive in the Heat
We're living through one of the hottest summers on record. Here are 10 full-sun plants and flowers that thrive in the heat.
Eggshells for Plants: How to Use Leftover Eggshells for Your Plants and Garden
Don't toss out your eggshells. Here are the benefits of using eggshells for plants, how to go about it, and mistakes to avoid.
How to Make a Terrarium in a Bottle Using Upcycled Materials
Making a terrarium in a bottle is easy when you have an old plastic water bottle and egg carton on hand. Here's how it's done.
How to Make a DIY Greenhouse: 8 Easy Ideas for Every Space
Make your plant parent dreams come true with these DIY greenhouse projects that utilize upcycled materials like bottles and old windows.
Composting Deep-Dive: How It Works, What You Can Compost, and More
Learn the ins and outs of composting. We have the scoop on what it is, how it works, what you can and can't compost, and more.
8 DIY Plant Stand Ideas That Will Instantly Spruce Up Your Space
Need some new ways to display your favorite plants this summer? Here are some creative DIY plant stand ideas to spruce up your space.
How to Make DIY Grow Bags with Old Canvas Tote Bags
Did you know you can make DIY grow bags with your old canvas tote bags? Here's how a gardening expert recommends going about it.
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