Grow Your Own Food – with Style!
What’s trendy in home landscapes right now? It’s not just outdoor living spaces that include kitchens, it’s growing the food to cook in those kitchens.
Freshen and Protect your Plantings with Mulch
I’m so lucky to have a long asphalt drive under mature pines, because whenever the pine needles fall I can run out with my rake,
My Spring Bulb Orders
OK, this was actually written on September 5th for my blog on the Georgia Gardening website, but it is not to late to order those
An intro to my story
Hi, I’m Connie, and I have been gardening for decades. I am a landscape architect, a lifetime master gardener, a garden writer, a garden club
Creating Glass Sculptures for the Garden
Garden ornaments from flea market finds.
A Half-Dozen Things You Can Do While Watering.
Watering brings out the impatient brat in me. And impatient waterers can underwater their plants. Luckily, watering only takes one hand that is holding the
Growing Lavender in the Southeast
Great drainage and selecting the right cultivars are key!
We Could Lose Part of our Garden History.
I first heard about the Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin during a talk decades ago. My father and I took off in his pickup and
Take Pride in Last Year Before Planning Next Year
You accomplished a lot more than you think last year. Take some time to celebrate that.
Camellias are elegant evergreens for the South
Sasanqua camellias? Japonica Camilias? Grow both – with different characteristics and bloom seasons they both belong in your landscape.
Time in Her Garden
Gardening with a friend is time so well spent!
This Ol’ Shed
I had knitting friends over Thursday night. One of the best things about having folks over is that the house is cleaned in a frenzy