When did I plant those peas last year for Autumn harvest and how did those doubling cosmos do in my garden. Documenting old school style just can’t be beat….. Find out more in this book review video featured on today’s post.
My Midwest gardens have featured flowers that can be cut and enjoyed indoors for the past 20 years. I first fell in love with the idea of adding flowers to my garden that could be cut after my sister in law gave me a cuttings to bring home from her beautiful Ohio garden when I was a new home owner. When I received Cutting Garden Journal by Sarah Raven I became even more excited about expanding my cut flower garden.
Maria Zampini has teamed up with Pamela Bennett of The Ohio State University to co-author the only book you will ever need to understand garden speak! She is a familiar face if you’ve been to any garden center or garden show event. You can also find Maria on the HGTV Home Plants Website where she […]
Join in the #DIGGINGDEEPCYBERBOOKPARTY this week for your chance to win gardening products and a copy of Fran Sorins best seller ‘Digging Deep : Unearth Your Creative Roots Through Gardening ‘.During this event we celebrate the publication of Fran Sorin’s 10th Anniversary Edition Digging Deep, a personally engaging book that gets to the heart, soul and “why” […]
Not only did the title catch my attention with mention of ‘Coffee’ but the fact that I followed a suggestion from a source on social media and use coffee grounds in my garden to help the plants. Does it really do anything ….
I will never take for granted the amazing folks I’ve met using the internet to grow in the ……
Houseplants always look amazing in the garden centeres but there are a few I bring home and they just don’t look so good after a few weeks. Today I’m talking with Steve Asbell who is a Garden Writer, Artist and Author of ‘Plant By Numbers : 50 Houseplant combinations to decorate your space’. I received […]
Post by Brenda Haas. Comments on Facebook Post : Lisa Eldred Steinkopf I can’t wait to read it! I read her first book and loved it! January 31 at 7:56pm · Unlike · 2 Brenda Haas Lisa, I didn’t read the first one… I hope it’s ok to read out of sequence ! January 31 […]
Have you ever read a book that motivates as it inspires you to express yourself in the garden. I felt that way about Fran Sorin’s book ‘Digging Deep’. Fran challenged me almost a year ago when I first read her book to get organized with my creative side in the garden. Tonight I’m honored to […]
I love sharing daily year-round about roses so when I received my copy of Four Seasons of Roses by Susan Fox you can imagine my excitement. Susan provides a calender, plenty of note space and detailed information about what to do in your rose garden January – December. One of my Favorite Rose Shrubs to […]
I’m not a vegetarian but I can be during the spring and summer harvest season. The next few months when some of the veggies we started from seed are being harvested is truly one of the best seasons out of the year. I’m really excited to share with you today the latest publication by Deborah […]
She embraces gardening with her southern charm and style that shines through in her writings. Helen Yoest is the owner of Gardening With Confidence™ website and can be found monthly in many of our favorite gardening magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, Country Gardens, Traditional Home, and Southern Living Magazine. Mid 2012 her very first […]
In July I was checking my list of last minute summer planting to be sure I had enough flowers to dry for my Christmas garland for that coming December. December is my favorite time of the year but dreaming of Christmas decor in my summer garden has been a tradition for the past 10 years […]
This past Monday on #gardenchat (a Twitter based chat forum) we welcomed Canadian all natural grower Niki Jabbour. Niki is the author of ‘The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener’ . I had the privilege of meeting Niki Jabbour at the Philadelphia Flower Show this past spring so it was a delight to introduce her online to my […]
Happy Years – Memory says the Tulip Last Monday on #gardenchat we welcomed the talented author Geraldine Adamich Laufer (also known as @gardengeri ) as our guest host. It was an hour filled with love as we got to ask questions and learn more about the language of flowers from our #gardenchat friend Geri. If […]