80+ Garden Seeds Companies

Garden Seeds Companies. #VegetableSeeds #MedicinalPlants #WhereToBuySeeds #SeedCompanies

If you’re wondering where to buy vegetable seeds and other plant seeds, we have a couple extensive lists of best garden seeds companies to help. As you’ll see when you read on, during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic all seed companies experienced shortages. So now, no matter the time of year, it’s a good idea to … Read more


Natural Homegrown Remedies for Common Ailments

Natural Homemade Remedies for Natural Health and Healing. #HomemadeRemedies #NaturalHealth #NaturalRemedies

Natural Remedies… Farmacopoeia… Plants Before Pills. There’s lots of turbulence in and around big pharma today. Modern medicine can be a lifesaver, so this article on homegrown remedies is NOT an anti-pharma rant. Rather, it’s about focusing on prevention and utilization of the pharmacopoeia of healing plants provided by nature first, whenever possible. In our … Read more


Uses and Benefits of Rosemary Essential Oil Are Well Documented

Freshly harvested rosemary

When thinking of rosemary, it’s easy to get lost in casserole, salad and holiday recipes because of its popularity in the mainstream as a culinary herb. However, the uses and benefits of rosemary essential oil take it well beyond palate pleasing flavoring. Scientific research has shown that rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is also a very useful … Read more


Garden Poems & Poetry for the Heart of the Gardener

Lovely pear blossoms

Gardeners love all things gardens and gardening, and most of the time we love being busy in the garden, or in the kitchen preserving our precious bounty. However, we’re also creators at heart with a love of nature, which includes nurturing our nature with garden poems and poetry. So please scroll through and enjoy these … Read more


Fall Photos from Around the Country

Fall Photos - Fall Colors - Japanese Red Maple in Fall - Phoenix Maple

Recently, we shared some fall photos on the GardensAll Facebook page. This led to starting a growing collection of fall colors in North Carolina, our home state, as a work in progress (WIP). Naturally, community members started sharing their fall photos as well, so we started this post to include autumn images from around the … Read more


Fiesta Hibiscus – for Beauty With Benefits

With so many beautiful hibiscus flowers it can be hard to pick a favorite. However, for this year, our newest addition, the Fiesta Hibiscus — Hibiscus rosa-sinensis — has first place. Can Hibiscus Grow Indoors? Yes! Not only can hibiscus grow indoors, they can even bloom indoors! It’s November as of this update and ours … Read more


Fall Colors in North Carolina

Fall Colors in North Carolina - Peak Colors late October to mid November #FallColorsInNorthCarolina #FallColorsNC #AutumnImages #GardensAll

Peak fall colors in North Carolina occur from late September to mid November, depending on the elevation. The further west into the mountains, the earlier the peak fall colors, and the lower and more easterly, the later. This is the beginning of an array of photos of fall colors in North Carolina. We’ll be adding … Read more


A Bird in the Hand Story of the Hawk and the Kinglet

Golden Crowned Kinglet - image by GardensAll.com

A Bird Rescue Story You’ve likely heard the saying, “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” But do you know what it means? This is both sage advice, but also constrictive. A bird in the hand saying means that it’s better to take care of and be happy with what you … Read more


Fire Cider Recipes and Benefits

Natural Immune Boosters to Make at Home A Shot a Day Keeps the Doctor Away! Well… maybe. It sounds good and we’re all familiar with the old axiom of “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” When it comes to the potent fire cider recipes and benefits, it can definitely boost your immune system … Read more


Organic Farm is an Island of Green as Seen from Google Earth

Organic farm from space

“Here’s our organic farm from space! 500 acres surrounded by conventional farmland. Feels like I’m living on an island. Seeing is believing. I tell people and they don’t get it.” Bryan Wagner said in a text message when he shared this image. We get it. You get it, don’t you? Better for the crop, better for … Read more