After 36 years in the same home, I finally had a landscape project that was beyond my skill set to accomplish. Gardens evolve over the years, and my wooded quarter acre has suffered loss of trees.
With a new kitten, comes the responsibility of giving her all the things she needs. A cat condo, special cat dish, toys and of course her own patch of Cat Grass.
I love these garden stakes. Handmade in America, they have the best sayings. The saying on this one is what my grandmother, Rose Behnke, had in her garden on a little black plaque.
While driving around I have been noticing more and more bottle trees appearing. Take a look at these bottle trees decide if you want to give one as a gift to the gardener in your life, or just keep it for your own!
I have mentioned before that my husband and I have been walking each morning in a nearby park in Western Howard County. In July and August, we did great. Then September came...
Christmas Already? No, not quite, but it is time to think about your outdoor Holiday decorations. Do you really want to put them up again this year? I recommend our friends Pete and Walter from Zabrene Scapes.
On Monday of this week, I mentioned on Facebook to my friends that I never knew how hard finding a kitten would be. Within an hour, a good friend that lives on a farm near me contacted me.
I love Halloween! I love Fall! While scrolling on Facebook the other day, this photo appeared! OH MY! I loved it. It really has made me want to try it, so my plan this weekend is to go buy my pumpkins and try.
Shrubs are some of the most reliable and hardworking plants in the garden and Fall is the perfect time to plant shrubs in your garden. Here’s why......
Here is the schedule for the last re-potting clinics of 2020 for Carol Allen. Due to COVID 19, Carol will hold the clinics outside or in a venue that can provide enough space, ventilation, warmth, and light.