Moo-Poo and Renee's Garden Beets

Grow a Dinner Plate on #spicychat

I’m bringing the garden to  #spicychat Twitter chat forum Thursday at 8 p.m. ET when I guest host from my kitchen garden in Ohio. To bring awareness to all the things you can grow on your own I’m sharing tips and products that will get you growing successfully.  During this event that takes place on […]
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Autumn Dahlia : The Plant Well Worth The Wait

A Tuber in a Package I bought in April is Gold in The October Garden As I snap photos to share on instagram this Tuesday of the stunning dahlia bloom in my late October Ohio garden it hard to believe there were once a piece of root I picked up at the local garden department […]
My First Blog Hosted on Blogger

Blogger, WordPress and Tumblr

After #Blogchat Twitter forum event on Sunday I was moved to do a shout out to the free blogging services at WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr.  The topic for this Sunday Night was disusing if your blog content  is TOO Promotional.  This topic got me thinking about how many people who had wonderful things they could […]
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Chatting About Herbs Brings In All Types

Did you know that you can connect with all types of garden enthusiast and people who want to share in the conversation every day using #garden themed hashtags? Last Thursday I had the privilege of guest hosting on #herbchat with host @gardengeri. You can read more about the event that …..
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Grandpa’s Old Farmall A

I first saw that old red tractor over 20 years ago when I was dating my #handyandy. The crank used to start the engine was what caught my attention. At that time I had been raised most my life in the city so I really didn’t understand the necessity of having a tractor of substantial […]
Herbs in Containers in My BGgarden

Moving Day #herbchat Guest Host

I’m guest hosting on one of my favorite Twitter Chats tomorrow right in the middle of a very important moving day!  For the past 2 weeks I’ve been cleaning my greenhouse, mixing new soil and digging up all the goodies I don’t want to lose when old man winter arrives in my garden. Tomorrow I […]
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Pruning Tropical Hibiscus

If you don’t rely on those who actually grow who can you trust?  Being the social media grower as I’m today it is unthinkable to not ask my connections on the networks ‘what do I do next’ and that is just what I did a few weeks ago before the first 40* reading arrived on […]
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Old Pick-Up Truck in the Landscape : My County Fair

Click Image To Enlarge The Wood County Fair is always an event for all to enjoy.  This year I think more then just gardeners enjoyed the showcase of different landscape designs that were featured throughout the Wood County Fairgrounds.  If you were to ask just about anyone where to find out gardening information they are […]
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Recommend a Houseplant

I’ve got the houseplant for you ….. Seriously! A few weeks ago my Twitter friend @queen_elisheba  and I were chatting about how we both would like to grow more plants indoors.  It wasn’t until I started moving plants indoors to protect from the cooler temperatures  that I  realized I had the perfect plant for newbies […]
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Houseplant Wana-Be’s

In a matter of seconds the Weather Channel App completely rescheduled my gardening agenda for this week. Who would have imagined the forecast would have temperatures in the 30’s this soon in September after the wacky patterns Mother Nature had been delivering this year.  I think I must have checked that  @weatherchannel reading on my […]
My Garden ... AKA as a Yard

What Is Your Outdoor Space?

A few days ago I had the honor of speaking with one of my favorite West coast garden writer friends.  I was so excited to hear all about his upcoming garden lectures and his new book coming out in early 2013 that I wasn’t ready when he asked me  ‘What do you call your yard?‘.  […]