Cozy Slippers, Coffee, Dahlias, and my icloud for sharing it all This is the one cloud that is truly creating continuous sunshine in my Apple world and I hope to share with you what I’ve experienced in this short post. I recently became an Apple user and have had a 90% positive experience since purchasing […]
I would rather be called a ‘tweeter’ then a ‘blogger’ and in this short share I’ll tell you why. When I wasn’t out in the garden today preparing for the cold days ahead I was at my desk putting the finishing touches on a podcast and networking the community growing on #gardenchat. When I finally […]
Not often do I find myself giggling about unseemly acts as I did during what you are about to hear today. I’m excited to add to my podcast collection, a piece created with my friend Billy who is not only a talented garden writer for Fine Gardening, but also happens to be a witty social […]
Loaded with fun photos using iphone camera app. Do tell if you are ready for Autumn?
Quick Video Sharing How EASY It Is To Have Costa Farms At Your Finger Tips! A little over a month ago I took the ‘plunge’ and I purchased a smart phone. I not only went ‘smart’ …. I went really smart and bought an Iphone. ;-) Now keep in mind I was already an ipad […]
Nothing Fancy In a Used Plastic Cup The month of August brought plenty of dry wind and little precipitation while I traveled away from home for garden events. With all the containers in my yard it is impossible to expect them all to be cared for as well as they should be while I’m away. […]
Growing from seed definitely makes me passionate about my harvest. What have you grown from seed this summer?
Summer Dahlia Happy to have had a busy summer filled with nonstop gardening fun but hard to believe that we are turning the page on the calendar to September 2011. I’m not going to say ‘what,where, or when’ only we have so much more growing fun a head of us for 2011. In the photo […]
When we first moved into our home in the country I was very excited to see that hollyhocks were on the property. However, the previous owner didn’t pick the ideal location for these old fashion easy to care for flowers. The assortment of mauve, pink, and white hollyhocks were located up against the house. In […]
It isn’t every day an article or book can change your lifestyle. Of course for me it takes additional weeks during my prime growing season to get through an entire book because I’m more of a visual person who would rather be out taking photos or some where with my hands in the soil. After […]
This is the bloom of a Hibiscus braided tree that is growing on my full afternoon sun home deck. This container has been wintered over in my zone 5 greenhouse for the past 2 winters. The bloom is kissing the lantana blooms below and it may need a larger container with hopes the tropical hibiscus […]
As the gas prices this summer go up, I find myself discovering creative ways to keep the family entertained without going to far from home. We have always been the family…….