Today on HGTVgardens Ask & Share Mallory shared thoughts on Watermelon. The mention of watermelon reminds me of the time my brother in law played a trick on me in the garden. Watermelons are easy to grow .. but not that easy! Below is an article I shared back in 2010. YES…. ‘WHO is playing […]
During the Spring and Summer season I hope to share what wonderful products and blooms I am using in my garden 2010. Today is the first day of spring am I am super excited to share this video with what I found today!
Can’t View This? Click on my youtube Channel! Spring has SPRUNG in my neck of the woods so I’m running short on time to share online. My solution is to keep it short and sweet by little (if any) video editing to share with you what is going on LIVE! It is all coming back […]
I am having the time of my life right now in the garden and the ground in zone 5b isn’t even completely defrosted yet for planting. If everyone knew how rewarding it can be to grow your own veggies & blooms I think we would all have happy faces 24 /7 ! With all this […]
Day 3 of sunshine and the greenhouse temperatures up to 100*F. The vents are open and the fan is on in my little piece of heaven. Only look close…….. (Ekkkkk) a bug and not the good kind of bug either. The next thing I know I am spraying the greenhouse plants down with my soap, […]
Happy Fertilizer Friday! Today I am going to share a quick tour of the greenhouse for Fertilizer Friday! My Greenhouse Sister in Canada invites all bloggers to join in the fun each Friday! Check her site out at : Tootsie Time Fertilizer Friday is the day when gardeners from all over the world join in […]
The other day on my Facebook News Feed I noticed one of my favorite garden network friends, Colleen Vanderlinden of In the Garden Online had asked her fans to share a blog post on recycling containers for planting seeds. Many of my post from my previous blog came to mind but I want to share […]
As if the Seed Swap held over at the Wildwood Metropark by the Toledo Grows organization was not enough garden fun for the weekend my dear friend Jeanette and I next found ourselves over at the Toledo Botanical Gardens this past Saturday. I will admit that my expectations were low after filling my bag with […]
I must admit I’m STARTING to feel a little overwhelmed with all the garden events I have been a part of in the past two weeks and the lack of time I have to share all of the events with you. Please keep checking back to my blog because I promise to get all my […]
You know I have been looking forward to the Central Ohio Home & Garden show since I first blogged about it back in December. It is no secret that I am a big fan of supporting my states garden network as you look at my photos I share from local growers. I am honored to […]
Crazy about seeds in early Spring 2010. I can’t help myself from purchasing more seeds at these low prices.
On Presidents Day I found myself on another road trip only this time we heading North. The snow had stopped for the day but it was still a very cold 20*F in our neck of the woods. Great day for a drive in search of some indoor fun! We decided on a fun afternoon up […]
I woke on this Bloom Day in February to find that my heater had turned off during the night in the greenhouse. The temperature outside was a crisp 2*F and the greenhouse was at 25*F when I awoke at 7 am. Not to panic because from the looks of the house so far nothing major […]
Another snow day in my neck of the woods with the blustery wind blowing so bad that I didn’t dare wonder to far from the warm house. Over the weekend I was fortunate enough to be one of the few customers at William Sonoma to snatch up a mulling spice ball that are hard to […]
Tomorrow is most commonly known as Super Bowl Sunday for most Football fanatics. HOWEVER, in the garden world we will be having a Super Time Sowing Seeds! Grab some dirt, a few seeds and come enjoy the chatter as we celebrate sowing time. Not sure which of these fabulous garden ladies it was but […]