Nothing beats opening a jar of canned roma’s from the summer canning projects and mixing it with some of my favorite herbs from the winter greenhouse. Tonight’s dish was whipped up with some garden fresh love. Simple and fresh ingredients will make any dish a gourmet addition to the menu. CLICK IMAGE above for RECIPE […]
It has been a super busy New Year for me in the BGgarden.com. Nothing worse than trying to put the past 11 days I’ve been absent from blogging into words for a ‘posting’. Like most of you, I’ve had the dreaded task of taking my Christmas decor down and putting it away for another […]
Wishing you a bountiful harvest in the New Year – Happy 2011!
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A quick look at what it is like in December growing in my greenhouse. I share a few tips and lots of blooms. Please know if you have any questions about the greenhouse you may leave a comment below and I’d be happy to help you in any way I can. A collection of images […]
I know it is Wordless Wednesday but it looks like I’m going to start this out ‘wordy’ because I’m extremely happy this morning thanks to a guest in my garden. I looked out beyond my computer screen to find a Doe looking at me. ( image above). I slowly reached for my camera and captured […]
I’ve never had an Amaryllis bloom this short. This is the bulb I shared back on December 10 on this blog. It is a discount treasure I found at one of my favorite markets. The steam on this Holiday beauty is only 6 ” long. Happy Bloom Tuesday Friends!
Taking photos during the Holiday season can be a gift that last forever. What better way to be able to capture and save those precious memories to be cherished long after the snow has melted. I’m sure we could all use a few tips on taking photos this time of year and that is […]
We’ve had some minor roof repairs this weekend – Thank goodness nothing that a toothpick couldn’t fix! It’s the Holiday season and we’ve been catching a few of the traditional sights and sounds of the festivities. The image above sums up the last weekend before Christmas with all the cookie baking and gum drop eating […]
I don’t remember a cold spell like the one we are enduring leading up to winter in a long time. We’ve been experiencing negative wind chills for a few days in a row with only a few days peaking close to above freezing. It makes it a challenge to enjoy the Holiday events and also […]
Cookies, Candies and a few pudgy Chef Santas I wasn’t going to set up this Sugar & Spice style Christmas tree (image above) this year because we have remodeling going on but feeling a bit inspired after checking out a Garden Blogger connection I follow on Twitter I have a change of plans. I […]
One of the highlights of the summer is the beautiful foliage and fragrant blooms on the large Oakleaf Hydrangea . Many of us remembers the Hydrangea from our childhood from our grandmothers garden. We are fortunate to be able to fall in love with this beautiful bloom in our adulthood thanks to the new varieties […]