One thing I’m horrible about is keeping the tags from perennials. Maybe you can help me identify what this spring bloom is?
Excited to end this St. Patrick’s weekend with you all by sharing a few of my photos from the Philadelphia International Flower and Garden Shows display by one of their official sponsors – Classic Ireland with a Twist : Jump Into Ireland.
While at the Philadelphia Flower and Garden Show this past month one of the highlights of my journey was a glimpse of Ireland. Trevor Edwards share with me some Irish landscape design lingo.
Have You Ever Played Your Garden Tools? I asked the musicians if they have ever played gardening tools before and I was surprised to hear them answer….
On March 2-5 I hope you will join me for the Philadelphia International Flower and Garden Show. You can follow all the social going on from my world at the show by following this page on BGgarden.com (click Image Below ) On this page you will see Twitter stream from the show being streamed from […]
As Spring quickly approaches the seasonal isle in my local stores start filling up with seeds. It seems like more retail locations in my area are catching on to the growing seed frenzy because I’m noticing displays in various new locations this year. The image shared to the left is the new Martha Stewart collection […]
Outside the TPIE 12 Event in Sunny Florida It isn’t often I get to visit some of my gardening friends I know only through social networking. I must admit I feel we have been close friends for a long time as we connect on #gardenchat sharing daily what we love most. It is a true […]
Collage of Black Swamp ARTS Festival In B.G. Ohio One of my favorite events in the summer takes place locally at the Black Swamp Arts Festival in Bowling Green, Ohio. Featured in the collage above are some images from Saturday nights center stage line up with Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears and Dwayne Dopsie […]
Happy Years – Memory says the Tulip Last Monday on #gardenchat we welcomed the talented author Geraldine Adamich Laufer (also known as @gardengeri ) as our guest host. It was an hour filled with love as we got to ask questions and learn more about the language of flowers from our #gardenchat friend Geri. If […]
I arrived in Seattle this afternoon for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. Welcomed with spring like temperatures I had to stop by this charming garden center located in West Seattle. Please enjoy the spring shares in the image collection below. It was encouraging to see the early spring blooms thriving in their outdoors nursery […]
I’m not sure which is more stunning : the larger bloom of the new Tropical Escape Hibiscus or ….. …. where they come from. This is a photo out in the fields where the Tropical Hibiscus grows on the Miami based farm at Costa Farms. “Plants are no longer a luxury, but a necessity […]
Suddenly I felt light headed and nausea after doing a HUGE upload on to my 5 year old Flickr account. Confusion and dismay filled my happy garden world as I clicked over to my photostream to find over 1,000 photos GONE – What??? I immediately started clicking around on the Flickr URL to see if […]