Did you know that half of our global agriculture depends on wild insects to pollinate the crops? Including host and nectar plants in your garden will improve your flowers, vegetables, and fruit trees as well as those of your neighbors! Here’s a list of tips and plant suggestions to help you create the perfect pollinator environment.Read More
While many people may hear about organic gardening and initially write it off as a “fad,” the truth of the matter is that removing unnecessary toxins from our gardens can be an important and easy step toward overall better health.Read More
“Save the bees!” We’ve heard it before, but truly, bees and their honey have kept us all sweet and healthy since ancient times. Beyond satisfying your sweet tooth, a heaping teaspoon of local honey (harvested within a 50-mile radius) will keep the doctor, the nurse, the dentist, and the beautician away! We’ve curated a list of our favorite uses of local honey for our Enchanted journal readers.