My friend Arlena over at Garden Wise Living on Facebook is having a Zinnia photo contest. This maybe the toughest contest I have ever entered because I’m a zinnia nut!!! Have you noticed that I usually use a zinnia in my watermark for BGgarden.com? Each year I grow over a dozen different zinnia varieties […]
As the temperatures turn cooler and the time change takes place I find it hard to keep motivated and moving. I really want to turn in as the sun does down before dinner time but it is impossible with all there is to do before old man winter arrives. Am I alone when I say […]
Does an image of a bloom really need words to make you feel good? Happy Friday Come Rain, Shine or SNOW my Greenhouse sister who grows year-round up in Canada celebrates Fertilize Friday on her beautiful Home & Garden Blog. Thank you Glenda for always supporting me with my greenhouse adventure.
For the past two weeks I’ve been twittering with a few of the best in the Tree Care Industry. I’ve had a few of my garden networking friends ask WHY and question my wandering from the gardening realm. I knew attending a Tree Care Trade Show would be a far cry from the typical garden […]
I can see what these may have looked like if Autumn would have waited just a more days. The bud that would have been a rose. Something beautiful in the colors of Autumn even if the next shades are death. On a brighter note : the catnip is still kickin’! Happy Bloom Tuesday to you […]
Click on this image collection above to view photo collection that will surely inspire you from last years tour. Ready to be inspired for the Holidays? Check out the links below for more information from the BGgarden Holiday Green Tour 2009. The Holiday Green Tour Featured Locations :Benches Greenhouse * DeShia Country Shoppe* Laurie’s NatureScapes […]
Click on the Image for Easy Recipe It was an eventful weekend spent at TCIEXPO in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Taking a break this Sunday afternoon to spend time with my family and enjoy some time in the kitchen. The weather is quickly turning much cooler and it is one of those days to keep cozy with […]
As the fog lifts this morning I captured a few images from the sleepy garden displayed in the image above. The background to that image is from a close up capture of a spider web trailing across a rose bush that is resting just before winter arrives. All this fog is making it hard to […]
As apple season comes to an end in my neck of the woods there is no shortage on tasty dishes to prepare and enjoy these seasonal treats. This recipe is super easy to make and the best part of the dish is you can use items most kitchens have on hand. One rule to follow […]
Who needs words in Autumn when you have color that says it all.
Each early Autumn the majestic Ginkgo tree in my garden quickly takes on its gold transition. Within hours of sunrise after the first frost the leaves quickly fall to the ground. Today I share a video of the tree that captivates me with hopes of holding on to its beauty anytime of the year. Click […]