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?
There's a frost warning, so we've got to take action to protect the plants in our garden.
Growing a wheatgrass centerpiece or decoration is quick and simple. What a great way to bring a little bit of spring inside.
Now you don't. It is very hard to have privacy in the city, but an old jib from my husbands sailing days came to our rescue.
Come peek at some incredible tree blooms that often escape the eye.
A few simple ingredients will get your daylilies off to a great start this spring!
When I lived in London,I used to walk past a meadow of frits in Kensington Gardens. Now I want my own, how many years will it take?
With an early spring, the daffodils are a blooming, and the tulips, hyacinths, muscari and irises are not far behind!
A presentation of the world-renowned Butchart Gardens told in an author's perspective.