I always put mine in a single layer in a brown paper bag. This year I also pickled some of the green tomatoes and all of the green cherry tomatoes.
How to Ripen Green Tomatoes Indoors
|10/24/11 1:46 PM|
I kept basil in one all winter, but I had to take it down to water it. It could just be because basil needs a lot of water when it's in a container though.
Hanging Plants. Upside down.
|9/7/11 11:42 AM|
We use bumgenius as well and love them. We also still use disposables at night (when Son was 18 months old he started waking in the middle of the night because the wet diaper bothered him) and for sitters. We find that a garbage can with a lid (the step kind that you can open without hands) works really well to keep odors at bay. And for solids we like the diaper liners. It's an added cost, but our toilet didn't work well with a sprayer.
A Look Inside Cloth Diapers
|8/3/11 12:21 PM|
I just put straw down for mulch. I seriously hope that doesn't happen to me.
Still Awesome: Hay Bale Gardening
|6/27/11 5:29 PM|