Planting Depth For Peonies . "Plant peonies for a lifetime of spring flowers, but remember not more than three inches below the surface" From Kim, Hypertufagardener If the growing points are too far below the soil surface, it hinders or … [Read more...] about Tip for Blooming Peonies
A few years ago fairy gardens, miniature sized plots or containers with diminutive plants, little features made from odds and ends like acorns, with tiny statues or their playthings were hot. I know I collected quite a few pins on the … [Read more...] about Are Fairy Gardens As Popular As They Once Were?
It all changes so quickly, doesn't it? I have my ups and downs with Twitter... and have never taken to any sort of "chat", which I blame on my painfully slow typing. But I notice how visual media has garnered more and more space. Now both Facebook … [Read more...] about On The Social Media Front
I took a walk in the garden yesterday and shot some photos in the Instagram app. Most of my peonies are on the wane, but caught a pic or two of them along with some old roses. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ // ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit … [Read more...] about Instagram Walk
It is time to create a journal for your garden if you don't have one already. I came across some sources for you, in case you haven't found them yet: printable from your own computer. Underwood Gardens PDF Gives combo of information and … [Read more...] about New Sources For Garden Journals
The candle growth on a pine. Today people are looking for information on how to prune a mugo pine. That is the Google interpretation of what people want from this garden journal. It is just a little too late to be asking that … [Read more...] about Today People Are Looking For…
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Snip that fresh rosemary, mint, oregano and parsley quickly, neatly and right where you want them with these specially designed stainless steel scissors. Tags: kitchen+gadgets, fresh herbs … [Read more...] about How Handy!
I did a post @ my Happy Thoughts blog earlier in the season, take a look if you missed it. I have a couple new pots of paperwhites and other bulbs from Smith&Hawken that I am planting this week- no plant deprivation for me this winter! I had … [Read more...] about Paperwhites!
Ever check your search keywords? Today someone wanted to find out if you should add bone meal to bulbs. the answer is YES!And if you are interested in my newly updated pages on bulbs, planting them, designing the landscape with them...whatever, check … [Read more...] about Answering Your Question