Inspired by the first frost of Autumn 2010 to begin an extensive photography album on my website BGgarden.com. The images featured on the Frost 2010 Album were taken early this week. I hope you enjoy this collection. By clicking on the featured image you can view the inter album. Feel free to leave a comment [...]
I know most Midwesterner gardeners are busy raking leaves and enjoying the Halloween treats this time of year but after the first heavy frost my garden reminds me it is time to start thinking of the Holidays. One of my favorite traditions is cooking up a feast for my family and friends. You are guaranteed [...]
I’m starting to see winter in my neck of the woods. Black Lace™ Sambucus Nigra I’m seeing some stress on my Proven Winners Sambucus after 2 nights in a row of temperature down in the low 30*F’s. The view this morning after the heavy frost of the 8 foot shrub is a reminder of winter. [...]
Tonight #gardenchat will be hosted by my friends at Costa Farm , Melissa Arteaga Martí and Master Growers Dr. Kate Santos and Alex Diazas they share the facts about Houseplants featuring the ‘O2 for you’ program. The ‘O2 for you’ program has been featured on shows like Good Morning America with hopes of promoting good [...]
My favorite night to cook dinner is ‘Family Friday Pizza Night’ when we make the pizzas at home. I love it when I can get everyone involved by making up their own pizza. Nothing beats chopping up a bunch of fresh veggies from the garden for your family to have fun together making into a [...]
One of the last roses that holds on to summer.
Jack is patiently waiting for me to finish my outdoors garden chores so we can play catch with the yarn.
The weather turned dark quickly this late Tuesday morning. Here is the view from under my Gingko tree that appears to have taken on Autumn color over night. I can’t help but think the 60 plus MPH winds may have scared those Autumn tones out of it. My hopes are that there will be a [...]