I am tired of buying so many jiffy pots every damn year to start my seedlings, so this year I decided that I would make my own. I had a bunch of newspaper saved up (because who doesn't save everything just in case it has a use?) so it worked out perfectly to make my … Continue reading How to Make Seed Pots from Newspaper and a Can
Seed starting is one of my favourite times of year; it means that spring is on it's way and summer will be soon to follow! I'm always ready to jump the gun and get them started in January, months before I'll be able to plant things. If January isn't a good time to start seeds, … Continue reading When is the Best Time to Start Seeds?
This post contains affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. Have a plant lover on your list? Someone who is hoping to turn their thumb green? I've got 10 ideas that will make the plant lovers on your Christmas list wet their plants: … Continue reading Gift Giving Guide for Plant Lovers
The summer is winding down and with it comes an abundance of herbs and vegetables and fruits. This is when harvesting becomes a full-time job and when the extras you worked so hard for over summer begin to look like way too much. I bring my berry mint and spearmint in over the winter and … Continue reading Drying mint for tea
Luxuriously Thrifty is part of the Amazon Affiliates program. Some photos in this post contain affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after click on my link. I love, love, love peppermint mochas. They're my favourite thing of the winter season and I could spend my entire mortgage … Continue reading Mint Coffee Ice Cubes