What a great way to welcome Spring – Stop by the Pinterest Blog to find out more : Oh How Pinteresting!
Did you know there were some pretty amazing horticulture enthusiasts up in Michigan last week for the Great Lakes Expo? I’m still pinching myself after being a presenter at this informative event held in Grand Rapids by the Michigan Nursery and Landscaping Association. I will have to toot my horn in a later post when […]
I’m excited to share as I journey down to North Carolina from my Ohio garden to share from this amazing event. I hope you will join in the conversation on Twitter by adding #BiltmoreRoseTrials to any questions you may have about the event or images being shared. I will do my best to get you an answer on location. Images from the event will be streaming on my website ( right column under Biltmore logo) May 17-18 for the International Rose Trial Competition. And please be sure to follow @BiltmoreEstate on Twitter for complete Biltmore ….. ( more)
I Can’t Get Enough of Home Grown Peppers and Tomatoes……The Farm Bureau enjoys working with people who grow food and understand that food production doesn’t just happen in farm fields, but also in backyards and gardens across the state. This is why they are hosting the Vegetable Gardening for Beginners, a free online workshop May 14 at 7 p.m.
My trips out to Bench’s always have a happy ending … trunk full of amazing blooms to add to my garden at home! I hope you stop out and visit your favorite garden center this spring.
From my 2009 archive Corso’s Nursery and Garden Center Sandusky, Ohio Last stop on our Mothers Day Greenhouse Road trip was further down the scenic Ohio lake shore drive to Sandusky, Ohio. I have been down this road 1,000′s of times in my life because it is main route to Cedar Point Amusement Park. It’s […]
Who doesn’t love a glass of wine in the garden? Now how about a create place in a garden show to enjoy local wines? One of my favorite gardens at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show was the shows wine garden. The hard-scape mixed with the landscape design breath taking. The images don’t completely capture […]
One of the really cool things about having your own home greenhouse is being able to get a head start on spring. It maybe 50*F one day and then snow storm the next in March in zone 5b Ohio where I live and grow. My 10′x12′ is a safe haven for annuals that wouldn’t make it outdoors and a great place to get seeds started from the summer veggie garden. Click on over to Tootsie Time to see what others are sharing for Fertilize Friday!
I came across these images from a Garden Writers tour I attend a few summers ago. One of my favorite things to do during the summer months is to take pictures of gardens. This trip in 2011 was one of the best because I was surrounded by so many experienced gardeners and fun people I enjoy networking with daily online. Indianapolis Garden Writers found some amazing gardens for us to tour during this event.