Featured by Ellen Airhart
How to help houseplants survive winter
The bad news? There's not a lot you can do.
The truth about hydration hacks like IV therapies, alkaline water, and more
Plain old water doesn't get enough credit.
You should collect and plant native seeds. Here’s how.
The cycle of nature is all about giving and receiving.
Why do marathon runners get the runs?
It doesn't just work your leg muscles—racing is rough on your intestines, too.
Why do we keep falling for jump scares?
The making—and breaking—of the cheap thrills.
Quick and dirty tips to make sure your plants love the soil they’re in
What you do to the earth now can benefit future gardeners.
How to forage your way through your neighborhood
The world is your grocery store.
What would happen if I ate my computer? Asking for a friend.
Microchips and dip.
What killed my carnivorous plants?
I've given you sunshine. I've given you dirt. You've given me nothing but heartache and hurt.
Fight household pests with a friendly army of plants and insects
Harness a horde of predators in your own home.