Master Gardeners and Editor Dr.Ronald J. Elardo
from the Conifer Quarterly
shares with me the ghost in his Michigan garden.
It’s always so hard to keep it ‘short ‘ on #wordlessWednesday post but I want to participate from my garden in Ohio. Today I’m sharing the Red Blanket Flower that I know you will love because they are EASY to grow if you have a full sun location in your garden. I planted these seeds […]
We are just a few short weeks away from the winter that has been forecast to be one of the worst we’ve had in a few years according to my farm friends in the Midwest. The vibrant color in the …..
NO DOUBT … I knew I must grow this and I had to Tweet Bill at Ball Hort
: ” DUDE …. you are holding out on me!” I had no idea Ball Horticulture had roses!
One of the highlights in our country garden has been all the kittens we’ve provide a home for. In 2005 a friend brought over two kittens who were abandon at the near by University after the Mama Kitten was hit by a car. I had never seen a 2 week old kitten with it’s eyes […]
Today I hope to play ‘ketchup’ by starting a traditional blogging trend with this share from a rose I brought home from a spectacular garden center in North Carolina this past …..
I don’t know what I enjoy most about gardening – composting or #gardenchat networking!
I’m excited to share with you all that on October 7, 2013 #gardenchat will be exploring the world of composting with guest host Gail Loos.
The gardens are the canvas as nature creates and shares art….. This image is from my back landscape behind the garage. It is by far one of my favorite hydrangeas – the oak-leaf hydrangea. I’ve shared this shrub on my social networks for well over 6 years and can’t stress enough how it is a […]
What do I love most about Twitter – Connecting with folks who make a difference in this world. Last week on the educational yet totally geek-ed out fun Twitter chat #mobilechat
I engaged with Todd Burgess. The topic that day was making sense of mobile media and yet somehow the topic spun off on #bacon, Camels and #kittyrescue.
If you follow my network you know I’m a huge fan of social networking and engaging with awesome people around the world. It’s not too often I get to shout out about engaging events happening in my own backyard. This weekend I want to invite you all attend the Black Swamp Festival
that takes place in
My passion… learning how to grow things for my home and
garden and sharing with others. The #gardenchat Live last week was
all about amazing gardeners, foodies and product providers who are
making a difference in gardens around the country.
A tall continually blooming upright bush makes a great cut flower. The Tag at Bench’s Greenhouse stated it was a Weeks Roses.
. This fragrant plum has a sent of an English rose even in the heat of the summer when most roses have faded. Read More….
ucculents make eye-catching container plants because
they’re easy to grow and they can be found in most any retail
center. I really love how you can grow succulents just about any where!
I’m a firm believer that you can grow successfully when you connect with others using social media. I’m so excited about this app introduced to me on Twitter. I can also click over and share it on social with my friends on #gardenchat!
. I want to help you connect with this tool so be sure to check out my blog to find out how.#giveaway #gardenchat
My teenagers just love these spinach wraps I make from scratch in under 15 minutes. Soft and packed with vitamins with spinach you can grow in your home garden and harvest in 2-3 weeks. This is a great way to sneak in those extra vitamins teenagers need.