Eco Garden

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2018 Almanac

    Companion Planting in the Vegetable Garden

    Plants interact with each other, and behave a lot like us: some get along, some don’t. The following list is of plants that get along with each other or offer some benefit to another such as enhancing fertility or handicapping pests of diseases.

  • Eco Garden, Eco Tip, Summer 2018 Almanac

    Dandelions

    These “considered weed” plants, have a number of powerful health benefits. In fact, humans have been using dandelions in food for much of recorded history.

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2018 Almanac

    Edible Plants Found on a Walk in a Forest Garden

    We have a legacy of overharvesting plants in the wild. We need to be careful and forage ethically and sustainably, to ensure that these plants will continue to be found in the future.

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2018 Almanac

    June Eco Garden

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Eco Garden, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Poison Ivy

    How to get rid of POISON IVY in your garden, without using toxic herbicides.

  • Eco Garden, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    February Eco Garden

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Eco Garden, Fall 2017 Almanac

    The Ozone Garden

    What if figuring out if the air you're breathing is clean was as simple as taking a stroll in your garden?

  • Eco Garden, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Garden Lovers and Gardeners

    Located in London, The Chelsea Physic Garden was founded in 1673, as the Apothecaries’ Garden, with the purpose of training apprentices in the identification and use of medicinal plants.

  • Almanac, Eco Garden, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

    The company has grown to offer nearly 2,000 varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs—the largest selection of heirloom varieties in the USA.

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2017 Almanac

    July 2017 Eco-Gardening

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Eco Garden, Summer 2017 Almanac

    August 2017 Eco-Gardening

    Moon Gardening by Priscilla Woolworth

  • Blog, Eco Garden

    Attracting Beneficial Insects

    Since most beneficial insects snack on pollen and nectar at some stage in their life, planting loads of flowers in and amongst your veggies is one of the best ways to encourage good bugs to visit your garden and stay awhile.

  • Eco Garden

    Foraging for Purslane

    Purslane is a low-growing succulent like plant that is found around the world (except Antarctica), in gardens and flowerbeds, in…

  • Eco Garden

    Green Divas Radio Show Chat

    Interview I did with Green Divas Radio Show!

  • Artist, Eco Garden

    A Gentleman, Caterer and Naturalist

    Kai Loebach’s Catering + Events is one of the leading boutique catering and comprehensive event planning companies in Los Angeles.

  • Eco Garden, Recipe

    Vegetables Warriors

    These are the vegetable warriors in my garden.

  • Eco Garden, Eco Tip

    Birdhouses in the Garden- Where Spring is in the Air

    Placing nesting boxes in your yard is a great way to help bird species that normally nest in old woodpecker holes or cavities.

  • Eco Garden

    Composting

    I only started composting my plant based kitchen scraps 7 years ago.

  • Eco Garden

    Monarch Butterflies

    For scientist Tierra Curry, the monarch butterfly is part of the American experience.

  • Eco Garden

    Oak Gall

    My daughters gave me this small glass dome for Christmas. Perfect for an oak gall.

  • Eco Garden

    The Moon and the Garden

    Did you know that there is a connection between the Moon and the tides, and planting and gardening?