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 […]
Some of the most stunning blooms in my home garden this week are coming from the Hibiscus Plants. There are three different types of hibiscus in my garden and I ‘m going to share them with a growing tip for you today on this blog post. Perennial Hibiscus In the image below is my is […]
It’s Monday … time to talk whats new in the garden world on #gardenchat Twitter chat forum! Tonight on #gardenchat we welcome the co-founder of GrowIt! Mason Day as our guest host. Growit! is a brand new mobile app that seeks to connect gardeners with other gardeners in their local areas like never before. It’s […]
The only explanation for the blooms finally turning blue after lower the pH of the soil is that this hydrangea did not bloom last year. Maybe if it would have bloomed they would have……
What could be better then a plant that takes care of itself and brings happiness? NOTHING – That is why I’m excited to share a few of my favorite sunflowers that are popping up in my garden this year. These sunflowers that have been added to my garden by the visiting birds is just another […]
The willow that gives personality to the landscape 3 out of the 4 seasons in my Midwest may not be the right choice for all landscapes. I first noticed the dappled willow or ‘Hakuro-nishiki’ a few years ago on a residential property on the way into town. The quick growing shrub was beautiful and appeared […]
HELLO … because zucchini bread rocks and the squash is super easy to grow! Read more in this post for the recipe.
Being a photographer gives me an excuse to be the one hiding behind the lens of a camera. I wouldn’t consider myself shy but I’m constantly trying to build confidence to toot my own horn in person or online. The trendy of sharing #selfies has actually helped me be more confident at sharing a candid […]
If you garden and grow your own food you KNOW the joy just before lunchtime when I picked my first 2 oriental eggplants from the raised bed garden. Hmmm…. what can I do with just a small amount of eggplants and a garden filled with herbs, garlic and onions? I’m skillet grilling in olive oil […]
It’s the first days of summer and I’m seeing signs that my tomato harvest isn’t too far away. The basil is in full bloom and ready to be picked and I’m craving a homemade pasta dish. Tonight we are enjoying this easy recipe that you can recreate adding most any veggies you have ripe in […]
On Monday #gardenchat ( Twitter Chat Forum) the Founders of PlantsMap.com are guest hosting the 1 hour event. I’m really excited to have Bill and Tracy Blevins on #gardenchat to share about their amazing gardening social platform called PlantsMap. I recently started my own documentation on Plants Map featuring my BGgarden . Bill Blevins helped […]
oday my Lifeberry Goji Berry plant by Proven Winners has produced fruit. I brought this plant home from one of my local independent garden center….