We've had so much rain lately that my newly planted vegetable garden is inundated with water.
I just can’t wait to put on my old, weathered but well-loved wellies, get outside, dig in the dirt & garden! Come & see what is blooming!
The tulips took a beating after a thunderstorm last night. We needed the rain, though.
This Jack-in-the-pulpit was one of many native plants I saw on my walk through my garden and down the road.
How to Clean and Sterilize Terracotta Garden Pots and get Ready for Spring!
My peas are finally sprouting. I love peas because you can't mistake them for anything else.
A post about my haul from the Wake Forest HerbFest and an update on my spring garden.
A pictorial presentation to document my attempt to create my own custom potting mix for my African violet collection
Putting a hit on a plant ready for composting is as simple as leaving a tombstone, RIP
It was a beautiful day for spading in preparation for my eggplant and pepper seedlings.
Give your new borders a sense of "age", by adding some large evergreens.
Using stones and miscellaneous pieces of scrap cement found on our property, we built stairs up a steep slope to our property line.
The seedlings for my brand new vegetable garden are off and running.
Matt talks about his strange fascination with canning jars. What a weirdo.
Photo presentation of the operation necessary to correct the overgrown neck on my oldest african violet.
Mirrors on the garden fence helped reflect light and coax delphiniums to thrive in this shady side garden.
To obscure some pipes below the front porch, I used a concrete bench and river pebbles to make a cozy, welcoming area.
Here are today's pictures of the first bloom for my baby african violet Sunkissed Rose
Find out why Catmint can be just as Charming as Lavender! And even why it's even better in some ways!
We see these pretty trees blossoming with all its glory in spring here in B.C. But, did you know that there are lots of its varieties?