Whether you have enormous gardens or just a simple perennial bed, thyme is one of those plants you can’t do without. The thyme family has more than 400 different species, and as both a groundcover and an herb, it is one of the most… Continue Reading “Why Thyme is an Essential Plant for Your Landscape”
If you’re a gardener in rural Ohio, chances are, you have enough space to grow whatever fruits and vegetables your heart desires. Even so, I’ve found that some veggies do just as well in containers—and they’ll make a great decorative accent for your porch… Continue Reading “Three Interesting Edibles for Your Container Garden”
Last week, I talked about my own experiences as my husband and I tried to get a broadband connection in our rural neighborhood. This week, I want to discuss the reasons why rural areas have such poor access, and show you what you and… Continue Reading “Rural Broadband Access: Why We Don’t Have it and What to Do About It”
This week, I want to deviate a little from the norm and talk about a huge problem that rural Ohioans—and in fact, all rural Americans – face on a day to day basis: the lack of a reliable broadband internet connection.
Image Credit to Foodista Last week, I talked about how to harvest and preserve grape leaves. This week, I’m going to cover something even more fun: eating them! The following recipe is one of my favorites. It’s vegan-friendly, easy to make and you can… Continue Reading “Grape Leaves Stuffed with Tabbouleh”