It was an adventure to get here but well worth the travel in winter weather …. I’m in Atlanta this week sharing from the Garden Blogger Conference. I will be sharing from the event on #GBCatl hashtag so be sure to connect using social media.
Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine … not just another Hallmark Holiday. I use to love Valentine’s Day as a kid making up cards to give to everyone. This year I’m asking my sweetheart to attend a seed swap with me! Don’t miss the exciting information about a local seed swap going on this weekend along with a photo collection of vintage Valentine’s Cards.
Wordless Wednesday …. I can’t think of a prettier place to be wordless than in a garden center. This post is loaded with photos from a greenhouse in Ohio 2006.
This summer during the MNLA designer landscape tour we visited by Dahlia Hill in Midland. This was quite the experience not only because I love growing dahlias but because art sculptures on the property were amazing too! About Dahlia Hill 1966 Crisann Breed gave her mother yellow and red dahlia tubers for Mother’s Day. Her […]
This is the year to get involved and start growing a community gardens in your area. With Project Orange Thumb your dream of growing fresh food while beautifying your community can become a reality. Fiskars is tripling the number of grant recipients to award 30 applicants $3,500 in cash and tools. The deadline to submit […]
Why attend a local seed swap? Meet some amazing people who enjoy growing and collect seeds that you won’t find any where else. I’m excited to share with you these awesome seed swap events on this post today. Come collect some seeds!
It just goes to show that blooms can make ANYTHING look beautiful – even a Poop Machine! I love the varieties Bostdorff Greenhouse added to this display because…
I love seeing the kids excited to garden. It would be awesome if every school could have an indoor gardening space like this one. What about in nursing homes and hospitals : just imagine the healing powers of living with greens growing so close at hand.
I am participating in an exciting new event, the Garden Bloggers Conference taking place at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead in Atlanta, GA from February 25-27 2015 … discount here!
On December 30, 2014 Adam Cortell and I celebrated our 11th Garden Chatter presentation with some amazing garden writers. Giggles, tips on gardening and inspiring ideas on this presentation where failures in the garden are only growing experiences. Garden Chatter #11 Having trouble viewing this presentation? Click over to the Garden Chatter Playlist on Youtube […]
Just before Christmas a group of garden enthusiasts got together and shared on a Google Hangout about cocktails and appetizers we love to whip up for the holidays. I couldn’t stop giggling … it was so much fun seeing some of my favorite gardeners from around the country sharing their garden recipes and more. Garden […]
Every Tuesday I have something I like to refer to has the #gardenchat Hang-over. This happens after spending 1+ hours sharing with fellow gardeners on social media collecting tips and growing advice being shared by those who garden. When the event is over I just can’t wait to get out in the garden and start […]
I’m excited to share my conversation with Adam Cortell with you today . Recently teamed up for …
It’s not to late to get the bulbs planted for a beautiful spring bloom. Video with Brent and Becky’s Bulbs.
It’s almost Autumn and I’m totally in the mood to decorate the garden as we head into the fall season. One of my favorite things to do is to head out for a drive and check out the sights and sounds in my area as the season changes. Trunk full…. Time to head home and […]
All summer I’ve been enjoying the shares from the West Coast via Cocoxochitl AKA Mud Baron on Social Media. The beautiful California grown veggies and blooms captured by Mud always inspires me and brings giggles no mater what mood I maybe in. Don’t you love it when people do good things to help their community? I […]