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First Fertilize Friday Summer 2010

Oak Leaf and its' fabulous huge sweet scent blooms make it the perfect addition to any garden landscape. The Images above are two of the topics you will find in the video I share for today’s Fertilize Friday!You all know I love to put together little videos from my neck of the woods. I’m happy to share this short video from the back of our home in the greenhouse project. In this video you will see my window box filled with Proven Winners and some of the wonderful blooms that arrived just in time for Friday shares!

Blue Night Romance

BLUE Bloom Just returned from a 3 day weekend away from the garden to find I have some BLUE showing up in the garden landscape. Not sure what type of Hydrangea this is because it……. Be sure to leave a comment to let me know what you think friends!

Cart Full on Monday

Monday Morning Planting Cart It seems in the past month there is always something to do in the garden. I say this in a good way of course. I have come to terms with the fact that no matter if I spend every hour of the day in the garden there is always going to […]

Bug B-Gone ( thanks citronella)

This is the bloom of a citronella (GERANIUM PLANT Pelargonium species) that was blooming in my January greenhouse. I’ve been a big fan of the citronella plant for about 5 years now. I was first introduced to it when an older costumer at the greenhouse I use to work in requested it. I had no […]

Four Star Greenhouse Media Day

I had the privilege of participating in the Four Star Greenhouse Media Day Tour this week. If you follow me on Twitter you would have seen images I was sending as I strolled their beautiful facilities located in the lush fields of Carleton, Michigan. It was a pleasure to meet Marci McIntosh who I enjoy […]

Remembering the Ash

The Ash Tree Photo from 2003 Scrapbook. If it weren’t for moving out to the country seven years ago, I don’t think I would have ever realized the impact of losing the Ash Tree in my county. It was hard to miss the Ash tree that had its’ own cut in the deck of the […]