It’s hard to imagine a world without mobile phones
after being a user for over 12 years. I’m trying to remember my first cell phone which was totally unheard of coming from a family of ham radio operators back…..
The 30 days of June are always filled with outdoor garden adventures because the temperature in the Northern Hemisphere is amazing and quite perfect in my opinion as a Midwest gal! It’s hard to believe we are at the end of June 2014 and I can’t help but reminisce on the wonderful things the garden […]
Last week we had the honor of having Joe Lehnen who shares on Twitter at : @joetree415 as our guest host on #gardenchat Twitter chat forum. Our topic was all about the best advice from Dad about gardening. Joe was kind enough to share a few words with me about the role models in his life […]
A about a year ago a new Twitter account started sharing on #gardenchat about her small urban garden in Indiana. I quickly became a follower of her crafty shares filled with gardening and #tinker fun DIY ideas for the home on Twitter. Over the few months I’ve noticed we have so much in […]
Did you know that Corn is monoecious (mon-ee-shuss) which means that there are both male and female flowers on each corn plant? I learn the coolest things on social media. Now to the best facts which is the growing trend of more people learning how to grow their own food. When I saw the ‘Grow Some […]
I’ve been planting marigolds
along the bottom of my tomato cages ever since….
Tomatoes were the reason I first started growing my own vegetable garden. Nothing taste better then a ripe home grown tomato. Today I want to share with you how I plant tomatoes in my 40’x60′ traditional garden. Move Mouse Over Each Image for More Information Planting Tomato Tips Prune lower leafs of starter plant before […]
Nothing beats picking a fresh cucumbers from it’s lush green vine and adding slices to your favorite summer menu or just for snacking. Cucumbers have been at the top of my list for easy veggies to grow because the seed is easy to grow and your will be able to harvest most varieties in under […]
Amazing that I still have the 5″ cardboard box the tree peonies root was in when I purchased it 4 years ago at a garden center in the Seattle area. I can’t believe I found it in a folder with Northwest Flower Show information I had saved. The Peonies Tree Blooming this year after being […]
I will never take for granted the amazing folks I’ve met using the internet to grow in the ……
You’ve heard the saying a millions times but I seriously can’t help but say ‘ If I can grow them … you can too!’ when I share about roses. I’m a fairly new rose-fanatic and I want to help you grow success like I have so please be sure to ask questions on my blog […]
Funny what will inspired us to share something so easy to take for granted each day. That is what almost happen to this hosta plant that is a companion to my roses for the past 8 years in one of my landscape. This hosta just outside my mud room door to the garden is captivating […]