Gardening with a friend is time so well spent!
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
This weekend the 13 ladies were placed in the coop, then onto a trailer, and headed to their new home. Their coos and personalities and
almost as printed in the Athens Banner-Herald April 2010 “Native plants – gotta have ‘em.” seems to be a mantra among home gardeners, garden magazines
To say it’s been an eventful year is an understatement. Some joys, lots of travel and changes. I’m afraid my garden and my blog are
I just don’t like working in my front yard. Despite planting about 40 trees since I moved in, I feel on display for the cars
Not sure how it happened, but our 5 acres transformed quickly from a backyard with a vegetable garden and some fruit plants to a homestead.
1- To repel pests from the yarn stash. 2- To make charming homemade sachets that add to a hand-knit gift and make it smell so
OMG! I’ve been talking with Jennifer so much lately that I forgot that my interview about native perennials was with Melissa, who is so very
This weekend’s writing is about native perennials. That should be pretty easy, since I interviewed Jennifer Ceska for my info and her enthusiasm for native
While in college, one of my design classes spent a few days in Boxley Valley along the Buffalo National River in Arkansas to analyze this
Dad at age 90 – Christmas 2007 Two dozen orchid plants traveled back with me from Dad’s greenhouse into my living room – or at