This article contains affiliate links for advertisers of this site. See disclosure page for more information. Thank goodness for the internet- there are so many free online gardening resources! Although I prefer to be outside in my garden, there is such value in taking time to learn and be inspired online. There are so many … Read more
As a gardener, I have violated one of my own rules of gardening- great soil equals amazing plants. When my husband and I married almost 5 years ago, I moved into his house on the west side of Cleveland. Our intention wasn’t to stay there long, but time has flown by. I added several bags … Read more
I believe that we are all on a journey of learning to develop our character. We encounter people, places, and events that challenge this growth and create learning opportunities. In some cases, the lessons are difficult ones, while others are much less painful. As I continue to learn, I realize that there can be lessons in the major events of life as well as the ordinary. My garden has spoken lessons and truth to me this summer. I am sure that this is not the first time, but I am in a place in my life that I am open to receive this guidance. My hope is that you can relate and see how these 7 lessons may apply in your life.
Spring is generally the prime gardening season for most of us. The start of warm weather and the end of “cabin fever” launch me out into the yard and virtually every garden center in the area. However, fall is a great time to garden as well. The cooler temperatures and more plentiful rain make it the best time of the year to plant trees, shrubs, perennials and grass seed. Fall gardening can also make spring chores much easier. Planting bulbs like daffodils, tulips, crocus, and hyacinth in the fall will set the stage for a gorgeous spring flowering display. Here are some of my favorite fall gardening tips:
This article contains links, which if you click through and make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you. One of the most economical and easy ways to start a flower or vegetable garden is to plant seeds directly into your garden. The return on the investment in a packet … Read more