This article contains affiliate links for advertisers of this site. See disclosure page for more information. Whether your flowers fizzled in the summer’s heat or you are like me and love to decorate for autumn, this fall planter project is for you! I will show you in just a few easy steps how to make … Read more
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
This article contains affiliate links for advertisers of this site. See the disclosure page for more information. Starting seeds indoors as a kid fueled my love of plants. It was fascinating how tiny seeds could sprout and grow into plants that I could watch grow all summer. I remember being excited to check them each … Read more
Deer can be one of the most voracious pests in the yard and garden, but they are very picky eaters. Although there aren’t any “deer-proof” plants, there are plants that they will only eat as a last resort when starving. Plants that have scented foliage, textured leaves, thorns or sap in the stem are much less appealing. If you live in an area with a high deer population, the following plants will have a better chance of escaping deer damage.
Nothing can add curb appeal to your home more than a large display of annual flowers. In this project, I am planting 25 white New Guinea Impatiens along a front walk. They will create a vibrant display and give the home stunning curb appeal. See tips on how to create a stunning display at your home and watch a video of the process.