basil

Pinching with a Purpose: How to Harvest and Save Basil Seeds

Pinching with a Purpose: How to Harvest and Save Basil Seeds

Growing basil is incredibly easy in any garden of any size. A very versatile herb, home cooks find maintaining a few plants within feet of the kitchen a very rewarding addition to their menus for dishes such as pesto. A great example is our Perfect Pot-Infused Pesto, which is also excellent un-medicated. It is an […]

My Pot Plant Does Not Want to Eat Your Kid

My Pot Plant Does Not Want to Eat Your Kid

Witches Weed at 3D Cannabis Center in Denver/PHOTO: Diane Fornbacher for Ladybud Magazine I live in Highlands Ranch, CO in Douglas County, which is one of the more conservative counties when it comes to cannabis. There are no dispensaries here. We have to grow our own quietly indoors because we definitely can’t do it outdoors. That’s true […]

RECIPE: Perfect Pot-Infused Pesto

RECIPE: Perfect Pot-Infused Pesto

Both home and professional cooks appreciate the ability to utilize fresh herbs in many dishes. Basil is an excellent choice of a highly versatile plant which can be used fresh or frozen form and is easy to grow in containers, allowing easy access. Basil grows profusely in warm weather and must be pruned by pinching […]

The Strange Case Of The Dying Bees

The Strange Case Of The Dying Bees

In the 1970 movie “No Blade of Grass,” a disease strikes grasses, which kills off most human and animal food: “Three cereals – rice, wheat, and maize (corn) – provide more than half of all calories eaten by humans. Of all crops, 70% are grasses [including oats, rye, sorghum, millet, and sugarcane].” –Wikipedia Colony Collapse […]