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 […]
Road trip on Tuesday brought me to beautiful Midland Michigan to be a part of the Michigan Landscape Design Tour held by MNLA. After checking in to my hotel room located on the Northwood University Campus I headed in town to check out the sites. Thanks to the floral landscape in front of the Farmers […]
Orange,red,purple and most definitely green peppers are at the top of my list of favorites to grow and prepare during the summer months. Preparing the pepper by slicing, dicing, or keeping it whole are all ways you can not go wrong when enjoying a healthy pepper. In today’s post I want to share with you […]
Earlier this month Kim Vij tweeted me about this really cool event taking place March 31 designed to get kids in the garden. @BG_garden @Pinterest so sorry I missed your #Pinspiration chat, we're excited about our March 31 project #plantaseed http://t.co/1zvC5eCJCf — Kim Vij (@EducatorsSpin) March 9, 2014 So I clicked on over to Kims’ […]
Spring is right around the corner and I wish someone would tell Mother Nature …. more snow in the forecast! This post I’m filling with Spring which is alive and in bloom at the Chicago Flower and Garden Show this week
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 […]