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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
The crocus have finished blooming as the daffodils are in full bloom in my landscape. I plant hundreds of bulbs every autumn and come spring it is quit the show. Today I spent time cleaning up some of the back landscaping around the back of the garage, breezeway and home. Daffodils planted 14 years ago […]
I’m going to document what I planted and how in a quick iMovie project.
The crocus bulbs were super easy to plant mostly because they don’t have to go to far into the soil. I’m so excited to watch the ones popping up in the grass along the walkway. Read more ….
Patiently waiting in my Northwest Ohio ( gardening zone 5b ) garden for the sunshine and warmer temperatures to wake up my rose shrubs. It is the first week with temperatures above freezing and I’m anxious to see any signs of life coming from my treasured roses. With all the excitement being shared on social […]