Be sure and plant this grass so the light shines through its stems, magical.
Every March we get out the bypass pruner and set to work pruning our raspberry jungle. This is how we do it.
Everything you need to know to make a stone bird house for your home or garden.
Get ready for Spring and create your own Organic Kitchen Garden using the Modern Girl’s Guide for growing your own food!
When I saw these pedestals at a friends garden, I was inspired to build my own using scrap materials that I already had.
I thought I'd start my edamame inside, but now I see why you're not supposed to do that--they grow incredibly fast!
The cherry trees are blooming at Lake Balboa in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA
Spring is well on its way and the garden is bursting back into life, so its time to get it all clean and tidy at the start of another year!
The renovation of our thyme covered patio is by far our most popular post since we began the blog in 2008.
This is one of those 'showstopper' plants. Visitors always ask me what it is, and then confess they never heard of it.
Bring Spring in a little early this year and learn how easy it is to force branches and bulbs to flower and bloom indoors!
After a two year wait, my 'Walrus' finally bloomed. It inspired me to start my own blog.
What to do after the seeds sprout - to get them off to the best start.
Plant profile of a very interesting Winter flowering shrub with a beautiful fragrance.
Adding charm to a backyard greenhouse using a few unexpected items, such as plastic garden edging and candelabras!
The stone wall is finished ready to be the hardscape for whatever we choose to plant around it. This one is fine for sitting as well!
My husband is the gardener in the family. I prefer taking photos of the things he grows, as well as the critters who visit our yard.
This is a plant that every garden should have.
I just found out what a strawberry jar is and need your help to decide what to plant in it.
Witch Hazel is a wonderful, native shrub that gets a bad rap, but they are gorgeous, smell incredible and are incredibly easy to care for!
In our garden there were many existing structures, this post explores how we adapted them.