Buy A Greenhouse To Get More From Your Garden

If you love gardening, you probably can’t wait for winter to come to an end. Nothing can be more frustrating than those first weeks of spring when the snow keeps falling and the temperatures stay below freezing, while you’re itching to get out your trowel and start planting again. Buying your own backyard greenhouse can […]

Boosting The Beauty Of Your Property From The Sidewalk

Boosting The Beauty Of Your Property From The Sidewalk

Getting your property to look like it belongs on the cover of a magazine is never an easy task. But the kerb appeal of your home is very important, especially to the value. When you’re selling your home, the first photo anyone sees is the one that gives the view from the street or sidewalk. […]

Ilex x attenuata (East Palatka Holly)

 Ilex x attenuata (East Palatka Holly) – Beautiful for Christmas Foliage If for some unknown reason all of the calendars disappeared, you would still know it is close to Christmas if you were able to see an East Palatka Holly tree.  This evergreen ornamental tree is covered with bright red holly berries as the winter […]

Come Fly With Me, Come Fly Come Fly Away – The Garden of Eatin'

We recently went to Colorado to visit family.  We really love the area.  All opinions stated are mine and mine alone. Your thoughts and ideas  may be different. Come Fly With Me, Come Fly Come Fly Away – To The Garden of Eatin‘ at Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus. When we are in the Denver […]

Petrea Volubilis is a Joy for Gardeners in Tropical Climates

This posting is brought to you by Joan. PETREA VOLUBILIS is a JOY for gardeners in tropical climates! This is my baby… Lovingly grown and trained for 4 years across my front porch. It is a fabulous garland that blooms twice a year, and doubles as a Christmas garland, complete with lights during the holidays. […]

Mary Mary Quite Contrary How Does Your Garden Grow

Mary Mary Quite Contrary How Does Your Garden Grow?  Who knows about Mary, but mine is growing great! The corn has shot up and the pumpkin has gone crazy. We’ve got loads of blooms on the tomatoes, green bell peppers, zucchini and eggplants, as well as the watermelons and cantaloupes. We’ve got several of baby […]