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!
Rose Share on Twitter From My Garden : Cream Showing Pink Petals Did you know that you can learn how to grow a rose using social media? It is true : I am living proof! I was once a sceptical of roses in my garden and being adventurous for me was adding a few fool […]
A Favorite Gardens in my Ohio Yard is the corner of my Greenhouse Landscape Project Join me for a walk through one of my gardens here in my very dry corner of the state of Ohio. In the video below upload to Youtube I take you out to the garden landscape surrounding the breezeway / […]
What’s not to love about social media? You can now grow tomatoes in cyber space …. well at least learn the details on how to by the experts! we are so lucky in this day and age to be able to have 1,000’s of experts to help us in all aspects of life including growing […]
On Thursday, the last week of May 2012 I was busy in the garden weeding, planting and mulching when I decided to do a live stream of my progress. Using the smart phone app Ustream to share live from my garden has provided a way for me to document my progress as well as help […]
I think my son thinks I’m Super Mom because he always gives me just 24 hours notice when he needs a special dish for a Boy Scout or School Band event. In theme with my super hero status I must add that yesterday was another one of those test to see if I could ‘leap […]
Do you subscribe to a Paperli yet? It is a fun way to orgainize what you follow on the social netoworks such as Twitter, Facebook and Google +. You can even attach your favorite RSS feeds making it possible to share just about anything on the web with your friends who follow you online. The […]
This rose was purchases at a local Walmart for $4 three years ago. It took off growing when we added the trellis that we made from left over plumbing pipe. I feed this rose all year round with Starbucks coffee grounds and egg shells from my kitchen. I wish the blog could provide a scent […]
Do You Like the Smell of Tomato Leaves? Nothing beats the joy you will feel when you plant a little tiny seed and in a few short warm weeks it becomes this amazing new plant. In the top photo is a new variety of tomato that my brother in law gave me. It is expect […]
Yummy Romaine Garden that was Easy to Grow While you are out enjoying the amazing spring weather hitting most of the Midwest this weekend be sure to think of gardening in your own space. It doesn’t matter if you have a big space or small space to garden Romaine lettuce is one the easiest veggies […]
I really love asking people to “Pin Me” …. doesn’t the idea of sticking it to someone make you take a second look at what is being shared on social media? I’m officially inviting you to come “pin” a group of amazing bloggers I just followed Val’s Food and or Art Blog over to Natasha […]