I have been a bit consumed with the adopt-a-plots at Ault Park lately. The gardens look wonderful and I want them to stay their best. If I had my way, all the adopt-a-plot gardeners would be at the park, each day, tending … Read Article
Gail Eichelberger has a trick up her sleeve; amazing photography. With just a glance at the images on her blog you are drawn like a bee to pollen, unable to resist and coming back for more. For over 25 years Gail … Read Article
Don’t talk too fast, don’t talk too fast, don’t talk too fast… played in my mind as if on a loop as I sat on a wooden box and a producer from ThinkTV fed me questions. I wanted my enthusiasm for … Read Article
Honing your photography skills is a surefire way to improve the quality of your blog and create unforgettable photos. We want you to get the most out of the time you spend with your camera. That is why we are … Read Article
Sometimes you only need to look as far as your own backyard for a beautiful garden and wonderful garden blogs. That is where we found, or shall we say revisited, the always informative, wonderfully engaging and redesigned for the new … Read Article
Coming home to a gardener means more than returning to the embrace of our family. Coming home means returning to the place many of us feel most at home, our gardens.
“I garden on a rocky hillside in Central Texas. There are many challenges but then, with years of travel and multiple gardens under my belt, I have learnt that every garden has its challenges,” writes Jenny, author of the gardening … Read Article
As Patty, our fearless leader, was jet setting and rubbing elbows with the garden elite in San Francisco, I was pouring over guide books, busily compiling my bucket list for this year’s garden treks. It should come as no surprise … Read Article
This landless gardener knows how to get down. When I want to hang with my peeps, see what’s fresh and what’s fly I go clubbing!
You know what it is like to try to get everything just right in your garden. With digging, planting, planning, weeding, mulching, dividing, propagating—whew, gardening can be a lot of work. But more than that, and the reason why we were … Read Article
In the spirit of full disclosure, I have never grown vegetables. I am waiting for the review committee to revoke my Master Gardener standing because of this. In my mind I had pictures of ugly rows of crops, little visual interest … Read Article