Maintaining a productive garden is challenging, especially when pests come around. They affect your harvest, hard work and efforts. If you don't catch them in time, the damage could be too disappointing. Here are a few of the most common ones to be wary of in your backyard: Slugs/Snails Slugs and snails are both unwanted pests… Continue reading These Common Pests Will Ruin Your Garden
Don’t waste your time waiting. Summer is here and before it's gone, get out of your walls right now, catch shiny sunny rays, breath fresh air, catch the chirping bird songs, get grounded and make the most of the warmest season. Plant Something Adding some color to your garden is another great way to make… Continue reading Get Outside and Have Fun
HAPPY NATIONAL SMOOTHIE DAY AND FIRST DAY OF SUMMER!
Reblogging Organic Kale Smoothy post and changing the PlantsandBeyond Blog wallpaper to the healthy smoothie cover created by talented, kind, loving and most creative Lisa at https://lismorepaper.com/
October 2017 curly Kale. Notice how truly Organic it is. Not so large is it?!
Even in stores, their certified organic Greens are much larger than backyard organically grown. Something to keep in mind.
Here is my usual Organic Morning Smoothy recipe:🥑🍌🍏🥒🍍🍌🌿
- Bunch of Kale
- Green Apple, peeled
- Aloe leaf
- Moringa powder (1 tbsp)
- Half of Avocado
- Star Fruit
- Baby Cucumber
- An inch of raw Turmeric root
- Almond Butter (1 tbs optional)
- Pineapple or Coconut water to taste
Mix all ingredients in your Mixer and nourish your body 🙂
Until next time,
All photographs belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com
If you are always on the lookout for new and exciting ways to bring more life into your garden, then the good news is that there are plenty such ways to do so. As it happens, there are always ways you can do to make sure that your garden has a little more intrigue and… Continue reading 3 Ways to Spice Up Your Garden
Plant-Based lifestyle is full of color, fresh choices, juicy goodness, creativity and vital nutrients that will make you thrive. Growing my own organic edibles, flowers, plants, vegetables, and herbs in the backyard garden has always been a passion of mine. However, it could be difficult or downright impossible to maintain gardening activities during the Summer… Continue reading Plant-Based Living and Gardening
What’s the secret to a perfect garden? The answers conjuring in our minds are likely as diverse and imaginative as the gardeners and their gardens themselves. The garden's beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Is it the majestic trees which provide welcome shade and a haven for local birdlife? Is it the plants… Continue reading Lawn And Order: 3 Reasons Why Your Lawn Doesn’t Look As Good As It Should
If you have a ton of garden vegetables left over from a harvesting session, like I do, then you may not want them to go to waste. You may put some in your compositing pile but at the end of the day, if you have perfectly good vegetables then this may seem like all of… Continue reading Easy Ways to Use those Leftover Garden Vegetables
Aaaaaahhhhhh, I am so honored to be mentioned in this post by Chef Sophie. She consulted earlier with me and utilized gardening advice, I couldn’t be more proud of her. This kind and creative post made my day and added wind underneath my wings. Hope you, guys, enjoy this creative Spring Roasted Veggie veggie recipe:)
Back to Veggies again…hoorayyyy, so happy when my recipes have veggies as the main ingredients. I actually took a picture of my mini little garden so that you can see how it’s coming along. (I am sure Luda from Plants and Beyond will love this 🙂 I did take Luda’s advice and added a bit of coffee grinds into my soil. It seems that my veggies are loving it).
Growing up our home was always filled with all sorts of delicious smells when my mom was cooking, but this specific dish was truly one of my top favorites. Such a delicious combination of veggies that I am sure everyone will enjoy eating. I was tempted to add Spinach and Mushrooms, but I thought I would save it for a delicious recipe that I have in mind for later on. 🙂 When I first started blogging this was one of…
View original post 258 more words
Juicing is a lifestyle choice. If you wish to feel alive, exuberant and face the day in your optimal condition, try hydrating your body cells, as your first step to wellness. The first juicer I experienced was 25 years ago in my parent's kitchen. Observing my Dad pressing juices was weird. I had no desire… Continue reading Juicing for Life
October 2017 curly Kale. Notice how truly Organic it is. Not so large is it?! Even in stores, their certified organic Greens are much larger than backyard organically grown. Something to keep in mind. Here is my usual Organic Morning Smoothy recipe:🥑🍌🍏🥒🍍🍌🌿 Bunch of Kale Green Apple, peeled Aloe leaf Moringa powder (1… Continue reading Organic Kale Smoothie🌿
Who knew Radish seeds come from bolted Seed Pods? 🌿 Even I found it fascinating how to harvest Radish seeds. This is last Spring's overgrown raised bed radish crops left to bolt specifically for seed collection purposes. Last season's Frankenstein radish produced mega quantities of pods. My fingers are sore now from all the peeling and harvesting. But… Continue reading Morning Finger Excercise🌼🔅🌱🤘🏻💪🏻✌🏻🌱🔅🌼
Is it smart to take the risk in the garden, break rules and plant veggies out of season? I am itching to plant something in my backyard Raised Bed Veggie Garden. Covered raised beds lie dormant each summer, lifeless. Here, in Florida’s summer months are hot, wet and humid, along with hosting many opportunistic… Continue reading Radish Time