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This was our dinner plate tonight and it was super easy to prepare. It started with some mango’s chunks I had in the freezer,fresh sweet peppers and onions all thrown on the grill for about 15-20 minutes. The time it took for me to do a Live Stream of the peaceful evening in the garden […]
Summer Garden 2011 Last year was one of the best garden experiences I have ever had in the past 15 plus years of learning how to grow. I’ve gone from planting to make my surroundings look better to growing to put creative food on the table. In the image above you will see some of […]
You can imagine our surprise when when this super skinny box arrived last spring from Stark Bro’s. Desperate to get some apricots from our own garden we were eager to get this sapling planted! We had tried a few different apricot tree varieties but nothing seemed to survive the winter back in our Ohio […]
I know I’m techniqually not allowed to post any words on a #WordlessWednesday because the image should say it all… but I just can’t get over a landscape with rosemary taking center stage!
Today in Texas I had the job of photography and videoing the installation of the Miracle-Gro® Gro Your Own™ grand prize, a dream edible garden makeover.. It couldn’t have been a more perfect day in the south with clear skies, raised beds being put in and healthy plants being planted for a community new to […]
Spring is here and it is time to get in the garden. I’m down in Dallas, Texas tomorrow sharing on-location via live stream a community garden filled with veggies and blooms being installed. Read More …….
In Autumn of 2011 the new Growing Style App was introduced by my friends at Costa Farms. I was fairly new to owning my own iphone and was extremely excited to have downloaded a new application that was easy to navigate and filled with loads of useful growing information. Did I mention that this app […]
At the age of 12 years old if you would have asked me if I liked strawberries my answer would have been a quick to change the subject NO. My history with the berry started in my preteen days when my parents had recently moved to the ‘country’ and decided they were going to be […]
This is a yummy chicken recipe that is easy to make and grow in your garden. Feel free to use your favorite herbs to season spring veggies like peas and carrots that can be prepared in this soup. Click on the image above for the complete easy recipe and don’t forget to stop by and […]
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Monday on Twitter I came across this blog share from one of my #foodie friends who blogs at The Adirondack Chick. The first bloom that came to mind while retweeting her link was the majestic dahlia blooms that took over my landscape last summer just outside my greenhouse. I quickly clicked over to her blog […]