Ohio Spring Garden 2012

Tomato Starters: 3 Varieties For Newbies

Do You Like the Smell of Tomato Leaves? Nothing beats the joy you will feel when you plant a little tiny seed and in a few short warm weeks it becomes this amazing new plant. In the top photo is a new variety of tomato that my brother in law gave me. It is expect […]
Grillin

New Way to Grill : No Foil Needed

I’m ecstatic to share that my first recipe using this new grilling pan I found at a local grocery store was a success.  I have been looking for a product that would help me with my addiction for using foil to cook many of my favorite dishes on the grill.  This pan with lid is […]

Late Spring Garden Walk

Raised Beds Getting Ready to be Planted in the Greenhouse Landscape Project This time of year you will find me doing a little bit of EVERYTHING in the garden. The warmer temperatures that we don’t normally have in my Ohio garden has made it a blooming fest for species that don’t usually bloom together. I […]
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Join in The #gardenchat Conversation : Cocktails in the Garden

Tonight on the Twitter base chat forum #gardenchat we welcome Jayme Jenkins and Niki sharing ‘Cocktails In The Garden’. You are gonna love tonight’s topic being hosted by two the the most informative #gartening experts using social media.   You can find out more information about tonight’s topic on the #gardenchat website. Don’t miss out […]
Romaine from Garden to Kitchen

Easy Gardening with Romaine and Pansies

Yummy Romaine Garden that was Easy to Grow While you are out enjoying the amazing spring weather hitting most of the Midwest this weekend be sure to think of gardening in your own space. It doesn’t matter if you have a big space or small space to garden Romaine lettuce is one the easiest veggies […]
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Connect with the Pinning Bloggers

I really love asking people to “Pin Me” …. doesn’t the idea of sticking it to someone make you take a second look at what is being shared on social media?  I’m officially inviting you to come “pin”  a group of amazing bloggers I just followed Val’s Food and or Art Blog over to Natasha […]
Cooking it up in the Garden

Mango Veggie and Pork Chops on the Grill

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 […]
Veggies and Blooms

Grow Your Meal 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 […]
Arrival of the Tree

Wilson’s First Spring

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 […]

Everyone Wins in Debbie’s Community

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 […]