These girls are my kind of ladies – they just just wanna have fun! I love seeing fellow garden friends getting on the hashtag (#) movement and sharing some of the most wonderful things about growing your own garden. The Seed Keeper Company girls are living out their dreams as they travel across Ohio, Michigan […]
My First Potato / July 2010 Last year was the first year to experiment with growing a garden in raised bed structures. One of the hot topics on #gardenchat / Twitter was planting potatoes. With a little help from my friends online I was educated about how easy it was to grow all types of […]
I highly recommend the beautiful Bradford pear tree not only because they provide beautiful color in the Autumn but because they have the most grand welcome to early spring! YOUR THOUGHTS?
What is your favorite Color?
This container of supersowsunday lettuce mix by Territorial Seed Company featured on the left says it all!
Last week was the last of the Outdoor Living Extravaganza Event hosted by Proven Winners for Spring 2011. Four major cities in Canada and the United States were chosen to kick off the planting season by holding a retreat and seminar featuring local garden specialist. I attended the Canadian event held in Toronto, Ontario. Toronto […]
Sharing what is growing on in my neck of the woods is why I’ve been online from the get-go. If it weren’t for social media and outlets like BLOGGER or Facebook, I would have never have met the fabulous garden folks I know today. Where would I be today in my garden without Joe Lamp’l […]
With spring comes a few unwanted guest to our gardens. Today’s outcasts just happen to have wings and enjoy leaving unwanted ‘ekk’ in the pond. Don’t think I’m heartless because the River runs just an few acres from the pond where the rest of the ducklings swim. I’m guessing these two were the trouble makers!
It’s a way of living I grew up with that some where between college and having kids I put on the back burner. I’m talking about using what is in your home pantry and not planning the meal around making a trip to the grocery store. It can be a challenge for your creative side […]
Spring 2011 has brought some very cool temperatures which I’m sad to say I’m delighted with. Is that a grammatically correct sentence? I do know that if you are are buried with tons of inside chores to do this time of year you totally know what I’m saying. As I sit here trying to capture […]
I’ve been talking to some AMAZING people who are really up to growing some fun things this spring. Take a look over at the new Podcast page located here on my website. I’d love to hear from you if you have a suggestion on what you want to hear about on my site. Be sure […]
….not only because some of my photography and an article by me is featured in this printed issue but because the theme is eco-friendly. I’m so excited to be included in this publication that I’m going to giveaway a copy to a lucky COMMENT