A Picture Is Worth A Thousands Words. Edna Poe and Jim Dronenburg share some pictures of their gardens.
The coronavirus has radically affected all of our lives, and we all have different circumstances, quirks, and abilities to deal with the changing warnings and guidelines.
I am still processing how our country, our world, have shut down because of this virus. I think of so many that are struggling, wondering how to make ends meet, the business owners that are worried about their employees and companies.
As you might have noticed, we have been getting more and more items on our online shopping store. But something was missing. Gardening items!
My soul needs to be away from all the news. What to believe, what not to believe. If I am sick, I will stay home. But other than that, I am ready to get some pansies. I need to pot up my porch pots.
Here we are, and it is March already. Time is going so fast, and while I am trying so hard to be upbeat about the coming season, I have to admit it is getting harder and harder.
I can’t begin to tell you how much I love these beautiful stoneware plates. We used to sell the Blue Crab Nuts at the nursery but could never carry the stoneware because let’s face it they would get pretty dusty in our greenhouses.
What January and February are really good for is for gaining knowledge–sharpening your most important tool, your mind. I encourage you to take a leap beyond gathering information from the internet.
As I mentioned last week, I flew down to the AmericasMart to have a peek at what is new and exciting that we could offer on our online store. I am happy to report that I found many of our old friends more than excited to partner with us in this new way.
I am in one of my very favorite places, The Americas Mart in Atlanta, Georgia, a place where buyers from all over the world come to see what is new and exciting.