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 […]
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 […]
I first came in contact @CoronaTools while following @TeeRiddle on Twitter early in the garden season. Of course I had to ask ‘ Dude… do you have a bottle opener at the end of your gardening tools?!’ When I hear Corona the first thing to mind is the Mexican brew I enjoy at my favorite […]
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 […]
The first year gardening my own strawberry patch has been amazing. With the help of my Berry Patrol, I have picked over 6 quarts of berries in the past week.
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 […]
A few of the fruits that are showing signs of a bountiful harvest yet to come.
Perfect timing for some red,white and blue themes arriving in the garden.
The Knock-Out Rose Shrub is a sure win in any condition in your Midwest garden.
The delicate flow of the heirloom iris was the perfect end to our romantic weekend.
My greenhouse sister has this wonderful tradition of flaunting some of her fabulous blooms on Friday. I hope you will stop by her site and check out what she has growing in her Northern Garden. You saw my RED on the previous post so here is my white. My blue is captured with my fisheye […]
This weekend my husband and I celebrate our 19th year of marriage. I can’t believe we are getting close to 2 decades of being a couple. As I look back on how fast the time has past by I came across a few photos from our first home. I couldn’t help but remember what inspired […]