If you ask me, winter is a great time to get reacquainted with some of the often ignored, in-season fruits. Of sure, you can always focus your time and affections on the popular fruits like grapefruits, oranges and kiwis. We all know that an orange contains a lot of vitamin C. However, I want to warn you, even slightly spoiled oranges can not be eaten. But how to tell if an orange is bad? And where is the culinary adventure in that? With that said, here are five, lesser known fruits to help shake up your winter menus:
Have you ever thought about patio decorating? Can you imagine how the house would look like if your patio is given a little makeover? Having an outdoor area where you can rest and entertain friends can be fulfilling. You don’t need to be a professional gardener or landscaper to achieve a beautiful city. Let’s take a look at some of these tips on how you can decorate your patio and turn it into a beautiful living space.
Does starting a garden from scratch seem like a daunting task? If you are embarking upon this project for the first time, you probably don’t know where to start. With a small design, you can have a simple, yet impressive garden in no time!
Probably the most famous fruit tree for the backyard orchard, apple trees come in some varieties that are well suited to just about any space. A single tree can yield enough fruit for the whole family to enjoy, and provide a shady corner for relaxation, while a row of trees can make an attractive and fruitful privacy screen.
When moved into my first house, I wanted to create a genuinely picture perfect home for my family. We had our very first backyard, after living in a condo, mobile home, an apartment. We had three children at the time, and I decided that the right side of our house was the perfect place for our garden, it was an overly broadside yard and had lots of room for a large garden. I wanted to impress my husband and began work on my private project. None that were real at least. I had no gardening experience whatsoever, but how hard could it be, I thought.