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 […]
Happy New Year – Picked this beautiful boutique of cut flowers up locally to enjoy during the first week of 2014. Cut Flower Tip : When you bring that beautiful boutique of flowers home be sure to cut ( at an angle) at least 1″ off the bottom of the steam. A fresh cut allows […]
I Can’t Get Enough of Home Grown Peppers and Tomatoes……The Farm Bureau enjoys working with people who grow food and understand that food production doesn’t just happen in farm fields, but also in backyards and gardens across the state. This is why they are hosting the Vegetable Gardening for Beginners, a free online workshop May 14 at 7 p.m.
Let’s teach our kids about Earth Day by having a Plant Party! The month of April is a time to celebrate Earth Day as well as bring awareness to the many different houseplants that are kid friendly. My #LittleHelper Having Fun Decorating The Plant Party Container The ‘O2 four You’ program by Costa Farms is […]
One of the joys of spring is receiving new products to sample in my Ohio Garden. In the mail today I was excited to receive a live package from Pan-American Seed Company and TerraShell (www.ballhort.com TerraShell ingredients are certified VeriFlora an independent company and Tara Shell has earned Vincotte okay composting certification which means it’s […]
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 […]
Herb Section at Local IGC Did you know that cut bunch of herbs from your local grocery store cost as much as it would to start your own plants from seed? This Thanksgiving when you head out to get your fresh ingredients that include herbs for your Thanksgiving fest I want to challenge you to […]
Rose Share on Twitter From My Garden : Cream Showing Pink Petals Did you know that you can learn how to grow a rose using social media? It is true : I am living proof! I was once a sceptical of roses in my garden and being adventurous for me was adding a few fool […]
Spring is here and it is time to get in the garden. I’m down in Dallas, Texas tomorrow sharing on-location via live stream a community garden filled with veggies and blooms being installed. Read More …….
This is a yummy chicken recipe that is easy to make and grow in your garden. Feel free to use your favorite herbs to season spring veggies like peas and carrots that can be prepared in this soup. Click on the image above for the complete easy recipe and don’t forget to stop by and […]
Carol & Kerrie are at it again … spreading their love for growing around this Autumn with the Seed Keeper Project. I had the privilege of speaking with them this afternoon to get the facts on what I could do to make a difference in the school of my choice. Here’s how you can make […]
We couldn’t have been more lucky with the weather we are experiencing. The beautiful blue skies and t-shirt perfect weather is making it easy to spend every minute of daily light out getting the treasures that will be spending the winter in the greenhouse in their place. It is the first year in the 2 […]
My First Potato / July 2010 Last year was the first year to experiment with growing a garden in raised bed structures. One of the hot topics on #gardenchat / Twitter was planting potatoes. With a little help from my friends online I was educated about how easy it was to grow all types of […]
Sharing what is growing on in my neck of the woods is why I’ve been online from the get-go. If it weren’t for social media and outlets like BLOGGER or Facebook, I would have never have met the fabulous garden folks I know today. Where would I be today in my garden without Joe Lamp’l […]
What better way to make your garden kid friendly then to get the kids in the garden and teach them how to sow some seeds of their own? Growing a garden gives children a chance to learn important life skills. Kids can experience the joy that comes from caring for something while watching it grow […]