Welcome back Amy Parmelee sharing about her latest farm stay in Vermont! Click to get inspired for your own farm stay!

Visiting With Vermont Sheep with Amy Parmelee

Vermont in the summer, vacations, and sheep too? Does it get much more fun? I don’t know! Today I am happy to welcome back Amy Parmelee to share all about her latest farm stay in Vermont! You may remember last summer’s posy about her farm stay in Virginia, well she’s hooked and explored a new

Keep those summer garden bugs at bay, organically! Check out this guest post graphic by Angela Thomas!

Organic Gardening & Summer Bugs

Today’s Guest Post is by Angela Thomas. She made this really killer graphic that gives you all the info you need for recognizing and wrangling with those pesky summer garden bugs!! I wish you the best of luck on your adventures with summer bugs! Stay vigilant and you will get your harvests!!   What bugs

Give your kids the life enhancing gift of summer camp! Click here for some unexpected ideas!

Let’s Go Camping! 3 Summer Camp Ideas

Summer camp and summer backyard campouts were staples of my summers growing up, but it seems like I rarely hear of kids going off to sleep away camp for a couple weeks anymore. This makes me so sad because I have amazing childhood memories, still vivid in my senses to this day, of summer camp. Camp

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Wonder Wednesday 40: Garden Teas and Tonics

Wonder Wednesday is over the hill!! Can you believe this is month number 40? Happy Over the Hill Birthday Wonder Wednesday! As we age, we need more teas, tonics, and home remedies to ease our aches and pains, so to celebrate Wonder Wednesday heading officially into middle age, I offer you Tea and Tonic recipes, but not

How do I know when it it's time to pull a plant out of the garden? I'll help you decide when it's time to say GOODBYE with these 5 tips. https://www.wingswormsandwonder.com/how-to-know-when-its-time-to-go-5-tips-for-pulling-garden-plants/

How to Know When It’s Time to GO! 5 Tips for Removing Garden Plants

One of the most frequent gardening questions I get asked by new gardeners is: “How do I know when it it’s time to pull a plant out of the garden?” And no surprise! After all your hard work, you don’t want to pull a plant too soon! Knowing why and when to pull a garden plant

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Get Live on Periscope!!

Have y’all checked out Periscope yet? I know ANOTHER social media?!!! I can hardly stand it too! BUT…. I think this one might actually be really useful for you. I’m not totally committed to this, so, to see how it works for me and the Wings, Worms, and Wonder community, for the month of…   July,

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Vacay at a Farm Stay with Amy Parmelee!!

In the spirit of summer vacation, I am excited to introduce a 2 week guest post mini series by gardener, mother, and university educator Amy Parmelee! Some of you may know her from the Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse, or maybe you recognize her name from various photo credits here on the blog as

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Bee the Change: An Interview with Justin of Stubbees!

I thought it would be fun to shake things up this summer, so this month there’s something different going on here at the blog! All year you listen to me, so instead, this post kicks of a month of interviews and guest posts from people I admire on topics I think you are going to

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Go to Battle with Armyworms

As soon as the weather warms, everyone starts thinking about growing tomatoes. Biting straight into big juicy tomato, warm from the sun, the juice running down your chin and arm all tangy and sweet is something everyone should get to experience every year. Sweet 100 cherry tomatoes are soo sweet!! Even though the weather is

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10 Spring Gardening Tips

“A garden is like a puppy, everybody wants one, but they have to be taken care of each day, and they can be messy.” Hilarious, right!! And so true!! That quote is by Scott Feille, of Real School Gardens who I heard speak at the Children and Nature Network conference. Its candid truth stuck with