It use to be you could only have your own farm fresh fruit if you had the property to grow them. Today there are many different varieties of fruit trees and shrubs that have been cultivated for the small space grower. If you follow my blog you know that I live in the country in [...]
At first glance the bloom of the tuberous Begonia looks like a rose. The champagne color caught my eye while shopping at a local IGC. and I just knew it would stand out on the shaded deck near our pond. This annual has been growing in the hanging basket featured in the image above for [...]
If I can plant these growers up on a hot 100*F day in July you can too! Today I’m sharing a quick how to plant a container tomato using my favorite Bonnie Plant Patio Tomato.
Today’s Share From My Ohio Garden The ‘big ones’ always scared me when I would see them in the garden centers but today I grow them in my own garden fearlessly. I shared these bulbs I purchased back in April on Twitter If you ever thought you could never grow a dahlia think again. This [...]
Click on the Image above for the Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Recipe I love to use … it’s my Mother in Laws Recipe! Tips on Growing your own Pie When growing Rhubarb please consider where you are going to plant this LONG living perennial. Where you plant it is where it will have to say for [...]
Hey Y’all … I’m on Canadian radio News 95.7 FM with my friend Niki Jabbour Sunday at 10 :15 am ET . I’m super excited to share on Niki’s show all the fun that goes into preparing for a Monday #gardenchat Twitter based chat events. Inspiring others to get in the garden by promoting [...]
It’s Record High In The Garden and The Portulaca is Loving it! As July arrives so does the heat this weekend in most of the United States. It has been a crazy growing year for us gardeners and many are rethinking how they grow in their personal gardens. Today I’m sharing some of my Ohio [...]
A quick update from my Ohio Garden during this heat wave…..