An Irish garden in Wyoming?
Jane and Mike Sullivan PLEASE NOTE: I have revisited this garden in 2014: you can read a much more current update on this fabulous garden at "Wyoming-Iris Garden revisited" (just click on that phrase to go to the post) I might have said an ENGLISH garden, but with a name like Sullivan, I might get in trouble saying that. Whatever style you may wish to call it, there is no question that the Sullivan garden in Casper, Wyoming, is wonderful any time of year--including at the end of a long hot…
Today we got around to making pomanders. The fruit was purchased a few days ago, but there was finally an hour or so that we could sit and let the fragrances of the citrus and spices waft about. We usually see this done with oranges, but for years we have preferred using lemons and limes. They don't spoil nearly as often, and oranges are just too good for eating!Begin with nice, blemish-free fruits. If you'd like to hang it from a ribbon, tape or band off sections where the ribbon will go…
Rain Harvesting: How To Store & Filter Rainwater
UPDATE: this post is a combination of a few smaller posts that were knocking around from the early days of K.W.N. As these posts contained excellent information on rainwater harvesting and filtering, I have compiled them here in one larger post. I stumbled across this diagram a while back. Unfortunately, I was unable find the […]
Tip: mix together water, brown sugar, and yeast to trap mosquitoes.
Apparently the Pinterest community has spoken: "A lot of other pinners complained that when they tried this it didn't work."