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#gardenchat

Every Monday 9 p.m. EST on Twitter I help co:host where all the garden folks come together to share what is growing. Everyone ( gardener or not!) is welcome to join in the chat.

The #Saturday6 Bloggers Talk about Family-Friendly Gardening on Twitter #gardenchat

Troy-bilt on #gardenchat August 4th 2014 You’ll know I’m a huge fan ( and the administrator) of #gardenchat network so I want to tell you about tonights event featuring some of my favorite gardening bloggers and Troy-Bilt . We’re happy to welcome back Troy-Bilt® (@Troybilt), a leading manufacturer of lawn and garden outdoor power equipment, as host of our #gardenchat. Tonight, we’re […]

10 Sustainable Organic Gardening Tips

Earthworm-Technologies-Gardenchat-Host-Twitter-Sustainable-Organic-Gardening Earthworm Technologies  guest host on #gardenchat on Twitter Monday, July 21, 2014 and the buzz was all about Sustainable Organic Gardening .  Our friends at @EarthwormTec  picked this topic because they felt everyone could benefit from getting some gardening tips to not just help grow your own herb gardens, flower gardens, vegetables and fruits but to open your […]

Roses are making a come back!

My rose garden begins with the dance of the tulips ..... This winter we made records with over 7 feet of snow and freezing temperatures in my Ohio garden.  With the cold winter fresh in my mind it has  been nerve racking as I wait for my roses to start showing signs of life.   The past six months in the rose garden has totally been […]

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 […]

Spring Landscape Clean Up

20140419-234017.jpg 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 […]