I’m guest hosting on one of my favorite Twitter Chats tomorrow right in the middle of a very important moving day! For the past 2 weeks I’ve been cleaning my greenhouse, mixing new soil and digging up all the goodies I don’t want to lose when old man winter arrives in my garden. Tomorrow I […]
Click Image To Enlarge The Wood County Fair is always an event for all to enjoy. This year I think more then just gardeners enjoyed the showcase of different landscape designs that were featured throughout the Wood County Fairgrounds. If you were to ask just about anyone where to find out gardening information they are […]
I’ve got the houseplant for you ….. Seriously! A few weeks ago my Twitter friend @queen_elisheba and I were chatting about how we both would like to grow more plants indoors. It wasn’t until I started moving plants indoors to protect from the cooler temperatures that I realized I had the perfect plant for newbies […]
My very first citrus shrub that was gifted from Black Diamond Nursery in Perrysburg,Ohio. I had just completed a photo assignment in 2009 for a project I was doing for Garden World Report featuring some of my favorite garden centers and what they were doing during the holiday season. You can find out more about […]
Busy week ahead with heading to the Independent Garden Center Show and loading up the GMC and throwing a party with LaManda at the Peterson Garden in Chicago. I made a commitment to spend most of the day on Saturday cleaning up around the front landscape of my home. I’m glad I made that choice […]
A glimpse into my rose garden that i was inspired to design by my friends on Twitter. You will also find a few of my feline friends who just love to enjoy the garden with me.
It use to be you could only have your own farm fresh fruit if you had the property to grow them. Today there are many different varieties of fruit trees and shrubs that have been cultivated for the small space grower. If you follow my blog you know that I live in the country in […]
At first glance the bloom of the tuberous Begonia looks like a rose. The champagne color caught my eye while shopping at a local IGC. and I just knew it would stand out on the shaded deck near our pond. This annual has been growing in the hanging basket featured in the image above for […]
Today’s Share From My Ohio Garden The ‘big ones’ always scared me when I would see them in the garden centers but today I grow them in my own garden fearlessly. I shared these bulbs I purchased back in April on Twitter If you ever thought you could never grow a dahlia think again. This […]
It’s Record High In The Garden and The Portulaca is Loving it! As July arrives so does the heat this weekend in most of the United States. It has been a crazy growing year for us gardeners and many are rethinking how they grow in their personal gardens. Today I’m sharing some of my Ohio […]
A quick update from my Ohio Garden during this heat wave…..
Today as I prepare for the heat wave that is coming across from the Midwest I took a few minutes out of my schedule to share with you one of my favorite landscape corners located at my Ohio home. You are going to love this Fourth of July color combination and a rose that ANYONE can grow!