Wordless Wednesday …. I can’t think of a prettier place to be wordless than in a garden center. This post is loaded with photos from a greenhouse in Ohio 2006.
This plant ended up being planted right off of my front porch because I knew it would put off long spike blooms of blue that would compliment the Rudbeckia and Echinacea (Coneflower) growing in the same garden. When I purchased the plant it came in a 4 pack from one of my favorite garden center in …. (More)
The end of 2014 is leaving us with plenty of sunshine… I’m not going to complain because ( read more and see the video from the greenhouse here)
Just under a month ago we got the covers on my 4’x4′ raised beds. At that time the celery, radishes and the Italian salad seeds that had reseeded were growing strong. I was so busy in the landscape that I didn’t get the carrots in that I wanted. No worries …. I will stick a […]
This has been one of the coldest and snow covered winters I can remember since I was a small child. Just breathing while outside is horrible. It has truly been a season to remember with records being broke with snow fall and temperatures. In the 70’s we had sweatshirts that read ” I […]
Winter is one of my favorite seasons because you can experience the best of all seasons in Ohio. Indoors many tropical and houseplants are blooming that remind me of summer and outside a few leaves from Autumn are dancing in the trees that nestle in my landscape. The new beginnings that Spring brings is in bloom […]
One of the really cool things about having your own home greenhouse is being able to get a head start on spring. It maybe 50*F one day and then snow storm the next in March in zone 5b Ohio where I live and grow. My 10’x12′ is a safe haven for annuals that wouldn’t make it outdoors and a great place to get seeds started from the summer veggie garden. Click on over to Tootsie Time to see what others are sharing for Fertilize Friday!
Each day is filled with networking about the fun things I grow in my greenhouse or in the garden depending on the time of year. There are many amazing people on Twitter who enjoy sharing their experience by commenting to others. If it weren’t for conversation on the social networks I don’t think I would […]
Black Friday to me is finding great deals on healthy poinsettia to give to family and friends. It is a great way to kick off the Christmas season by giving from the garden ( or greenhouse). I would like to share a few tips on keeping your poinsettia healthy well into the New Year with […]
This Is My seedkeeper organizer Flled With Year-Round Growing! Seed planning 2013 for me is what I’m growing in the greenhouse January until it is time to start the seeds for the garden outdoors. I’m always thinking seeds no mater what time of year it maybe. I love the packages they come in and I […]
In a matter of seconds the Weather Channel App completely rescheduled my gardening agenda for this week. Who would have imagined the forecast would have temperatures in the 30’s this soon in September after the wacky patterns Mother Nature had been delivering this year. I think I must have checked that @weatherchannel reading on my […]
A Favorite Gardens in my Ohio Yard is the corner of my Greenhouse Landscape Project Join me for a walk through one of my gardens here in my very dry corner of the state of Ohio. In the video below upload to Youtube I take you out to the garden landscape surrounding the breezeway / […]
Raised Beds Getting Ready to be Planted in the Greenhouse Landscape Project This time of year you will find me doing a little bit of EVERYTHING in the garden. The warmer temperatures that we don’t normally have in my Ohio garden has made it a blooming fest for species that don’t usually bloom together. I […]
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 […]
March is quickly coming to an end and I can’t help but fear we are going to have one of those springs that dives right from winter cold to summer hot after snow flakes were falling in the garden this last week of March. It is hard to believe we are heading into the last […]