If it weren’t for a ‘chicken virus ‘ scare a few years back and the availability of chicks being effected in my area due to the scare, I’m quit sure we would have had fresh eggs being produced here in our garden. I just remember the local chick provider stopped selling the baby chickens that […]
Just one of those days where I felt a giveaway was in order. Anyone else sowing seeds this week? In this giveaway featured on #gardenchat live stream for Wednesday I’m giving away a few of my favorite things to sow. There is a pack of #supersowsunday lettuce from Territorial Seed Company, Butterfly Zinnias from Renee’s […]
I’m all about the goodies featured in the image above. Recently, I was labeled as a Hot & Spicy pepper. Not sure if I should have been blushing or giving a ‘high five’ so I’m going to embrace my true love for peppers and enjoy the moment. Each spring I enjoy local scavenger huts finding […]
Not a fan of the vegetable okra or have you ran out of your stock from the summer harvest? No worries, break out the green beans. I used frozen green beans in this gumbo recipe to make a dinner that warmed our home and got me to #gardenchat on time! Enjoy – and I would […]
This was my Sunday…. had to share this day of rest because this image says spring is truly forward. Happy Sunday Friends!
If you have property of any size it is definite that you will be or have been challenged by some landscape design challenges. It isn’t common to move into a new home and have the perfect landscape or outdoor living space. We all have individual goals and needs when living in the outdoors. To achieve […]
It has been an amazing New Year with all the fabulous guest host and participants on #gardenchat. I’ve been able to find new ways to save all the growing information by saving a transcript and providing it for everyone to download. If you are interested in checking out details on what is going on at […]
Some of my favorite images documenting my veggie garden are the ones I capture during the harvest just before canning the fresh produce. I’ve been canning using the hot bath method for over 15 years not to mention the years as a child helping my parents preserving some Midwest favorites like tomatoes and pickles. It […]
Melt down in my neck of the woods brings Canadian Geese and Ducks for a short swim. With visitors like these… I’m happy to see flooding in the BGgarden.
Cineraria Senecio (Pericallis) x hybroida that are perfect for this part sun area only after all danger of frost as passed my zone 5 garden. Yes I really did ‘plant’ these out in my partial shade garden around the bird bath this snowing 39*f day in March. HOWEVER, this is not a recommend planting for […]
Before heading up to the Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle on Sunday we were sure to make a quick detour over to the Neighborhood Farmers Market over on the west side of town. I was expecting the rain and not the brief snow showers we were experiencing that morning. The abnormal low temperatures […]
It was hard to pick a favorite out of so many amazing blooms so I’m decided to do a slide show to share that you will find below from my Flickr account. I spent over 2 hours over at the Orchid display admiring the blooms and amazing at how healthy they were. I learned so […]