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Creative Food Grower Featured in MSL

Why Raised Beds  Finding information about growing food in home gardens isn’t a challenge this season with the subject’s popularity on the rise on the social networks as well as printed publications.  While waiting in line at the local garden center this afternoon where I was picking up a last minute seed impulse buy,the latest copy of Martha […]

Tulip Fest In My Home Garden Borders

Happy Spring When tulips begin to bloom it marks the beginning of spring to me – sorry daffodil fans!  We all know the daffodil can take a beating in snow and the last roars of winter but the tulip is a delicate beauty. Today I’m sharing some of my favorite tulips for  #TulipTuesday . The Tulip Fosteriana […]

Making a Corsage From Cut Flowers

The corsage I put together for the first time thanks to my social media help! Prom is not just about drama, dresses and dates – it’s all about memories that can be instagramed and saved in a scrapbook for todays teens.  It is fun to see that the prom goers in my area are returning to the modest event to mark commencement and moving away from all the glitz and high […]

How to Start a Begonia Indoors

Add soil to cover the begonia seed. Begonias use to intimidate me years ago when I first started adding more containers to my home garden at our new home. To be honest with you I use to mistake the Begonia with the Dahlia – you know – those two plants I could never grow in my garden because they were expensive. It […]

A Spring Visit To McGill Rose Garden

Yellow Bloom Upclose Before leaving for Charolette, North Carolina I Googled to see if there were any gardens that maybe open during my visit this weekend.  The beautiful website of McGill Rose Garden was the first on the search results.  After a beautiful drive down to the Carolinas’ I couldn’t wait to see what would be blooming. The […]

Radish, Peas and Greens Salad

Radish,peas and greens salad recipe This salad will pair great with your favorite early summer menu. Surprisingly easy to make and filled with colorful vegetables you can sow the seeds and harvest in a few short weeks. My kids loved growing their own radishes and harvesting them in just a few short weeks to add to recipes like this one. […]

Seedless VS Seed Rose of Sharon Shrub

Traditional Rose of Sharon Shrub Have you seen any exciting new shrubs to add to your landscape this season?  Now is the time to plant perennials, shrubs and trees in my gardening zone. One of my favorite plants to watch for at my local garden centers is from the Hibiscus family.  I’m passionate about the Rose of Sharon shrub and […]