Wholesale Grower My husband and I started Hillside Nursery, in 1979. We were a wholesale nursery of annuals, perennials, and poinsettias a few months after we got married. For 27 years, we sold our plants to retail garden centers and…
After months of working on this thing called Re-Branding, here it is! Are you as excited as I am? Maybe not, but that's okay. This whole process has been such a learning experience for me. I hope you enjoy reading about this process I have started and remember, we are never too old to learn something new. Life is all about change!
Stephanie shares memories of walks with her grandmother, Rose Behnke, in Burtonsville, Maryland as a little girl.
Feed the birds! Winter, especially it is important to feed your back yard friends. A bird feeder or two maybe even three will make the birds very happy and the bonus is you will be able to watch them from the compfort of your own home. Or tent as some people do.
I have been spending a lot of time looking at all the different early vegetable seeds for our Spring garden these past few days. I think I am more of a dreamer than an actual doer.
My husband and I have seen more and more American Bald Eagles getting closer and closer to where we live. Driving down the driveway, one of these majestic birds flew right in front of my windshield.
Many of you know from my posts last June that we sold all of our fixtures during the summer. Along the way, I met the sweetest couple who help run The Kris Kringle Christmas Market at the Charles County Fairgrounds.
The only good thing about getting sick is that I end up making a big pot of soup. I got knocked down last week with a horrible cold and the worse cough ever. Soup time!
April 2021 UPDATE On What Marian is doing now. Marian Parsley has moved on to a new type of business still in the industry. She works for Ambius, which provides beautiful indoor and outdoor landscapes for businesses, malls, etc. They…