ETSY is the perfect place for artisans to bring their items to you. I have been following Tieghan Gerand for a while now on her Facebook page. Take a few moments and see what beautiful items are included in her collection.
Our four-legged friends steal our hearts, but they sure can wreak havoc on a yard and outdoor living space. Fortunately, there are solutions that don’t involve keeping your rambunctious pup indoors.
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.
This week my granddaughter, Zoe, and I walked around the yard exploring. Fall brings so many things, but what is always exciting is finding so many of our favorite plants still blooming.
Most people think of spring as a time to sample their soil. While that is a great time, fall is just as critical. Your lawn needs the right balance of nutrients to sustain winter hardiness and prepare for a quick spring green up!
Find out when and "How To" divide your Bearded Iris. Most other irises can stay in the same spot for ten years or more without needing division, but bearded irises will decline fairly quickly...
For the first time I can plant some sunny perennials. I put in two of my favorites: Fragrant Aster, Aster oblongifolius ‘October Skies’, and Eutrochium (Eupatorium) dubium ‘Little Joe.’
Fall is time to just take in deep breaths and clean out the cobwebs in your head and for me in my corners. What is your favorite thing to do in the Fall? Send me a email, I would love to hear from you.
Fall is in the air and that means it’s time for mums, pumpkins, apples… and planting spring-blooming flower bulbs! Invest an hour or two this fall to enjoy weeks of color next spring!
Last Fall, Larry Bristow, Behnke’s Website Manager, shared some of his iris bulbs from his new home with me. Apparently, there were many different colors in a section of his garden. so when he gave me the bulbs to plant, we did not know what to expect.
The USDA recommends that home owners conduct a professional, scientific, lab-based test of their soil annually, before application of fertilizers and soil amendments.