Always use healthy seed starting soil. Today I’m using Pro-Mix Seed Starting Mix.
Be sure to clearly mark your trays so you know what you have…
Black Friday to me is finding great deals on healthy poinsettia to give to family and friends. It is a great way to kick off the Christmas season by giving from the garden ( or greenhouse). I would like to share a few tips on keeping your poinsettia healthy well into the New Year with […]
If you don’t rely on those who actually grow who can you trust? Being the social media grower as I’m today it is unthinkable to not ask my connections on the networks ‘what do I do next’ and that is just what I did a few weeks ago before the first 40* reading arrived on […]
My First Potato / July 2010 Last year was the first year to experiment with growing a garden in raised bed structures. One of the hot topics on #gardenchat / Twitter was planting potatoes. With a little help from my friends online I was educated about how easy it was to grow all types of […]
It’s a way of living I grew up with that some where between college and having kids I put on the back burner. I’m talking about using what is in your home pantry and not planning the meal around making a trip to the grocery store. It can be a challenge for your creative side […]
I put together a quick video to show you how you can make your own Holiday hanging baskets. All you will need is a few left-overs from the Summer garden and a big red bow that I demonstrated how to make earlier this week. Holiday Hanging Basket – A few supplies left overs from the […]
Handmade Holiday Red Bows dress up the landscape and the Winter Garden. Check out my BGgardenLive channel on Youtube.com Easy and inexpensive – make your own red holiday bows. These bows are super easy to make and over a dozen large bows will cost you around .50cents each. You will need to get a 50 […]