For much of the world winter is the time to enjoy relaxing and reflecting on garden successes and challenges, but in the warm climates, winter is when vegetable gardening really ramps up! Click through to learn more about enjoying winter gardening

Seeds Swap: In Winter, Enjoy

So true!!!  For much of the world winter is the time to enjoy relaxing and reflecting on garden successes and challenges, but in the warm climates, winter is when vegetable gardening really ramps up! Southern gardeners enjoy the cooler, drier less humid temperatures and the ability to grow hearty healthy veggies, while Northern gardeners enjoy eating their fall

Why are My Plant Leaves Yellow? 6 Reasons

Why are My Plant Leaves Yellow? 6 Reasons

Fall color change isn’t the only reason a plant’s leaves turn yellow. Yellowing can be signs of: over and under watering, salt accumulation in potted plants from water, air pollution, light or nutrient deficiencies, and even fungus and disease. Today we’re going to take a look at reasons why your plant’s leaves may be turning yellow

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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5 Tips for Successful Sowing

September is National Sewing Month, but I figured why not employ the homonym sowing and celebrate in the garden! Seed sowing can be tricky sometimes, especially if you’re new to gardening. So, whether you are in a warm climate and getting ready to plant your cool weather garden, are in a cool climate and starting to collect

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Herb and Art Inspired Vlog!

Surprise!!! Today is a vlog!!!! I wanted to tell you, in person, all about my new mini eCourse the Herb Studies Workshop and give you all the details on the Still Summer Sale first hand, so I decided to make a vlog post today instead of a blog post to mix things up! I am

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Herb Studies Workshop

The new Herb Studies Workshop: Paint 3 Garden Herbs eCourse opens 9/1/15 – in a smidge less than 2 weeks!!! And I’ll be giving away 2 free spots in the workshop opening week, so be sure to subscribe to the newsletter (to your right by my smiling face) and follow me on Instagram and Pinterest @wingswormsandwonder so

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Wonder Wednesday 35: Make Honey Infusions

This Wonder Wednesday, Lucretia Jones, herbalist from House of Lukaya is taking the reigns! She is sharing with us her recipe for Mint and Sage Honey! Did you read her interview yesterday? Inspiring, right?!! Are you empowered to bring herbs to a forward position in your everyday life? Missed it? That’s okay! Check it out today,

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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