A friend recently asked me to help her diagnose some health problems with her plants and I quickly realized that she didn’t know how to take care of indoor plants in winter. Indoor plants are notoriously difficult to keep alive in winter. One of the keys to having healthy, gorgeous indoor plants is adjusting their … Read more
So you couldn’t resist. It was so beautiful. I know- they are gorgeous! They look so good, they don’t even look real. You promised not to bring any more home! You bought one anyway. I get it. Me too! It’s hard not to. They are addictive. Just when you thought you had them all…a new … Read more
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. Have you ever marveled at the beauty of someone’s yard when tulips and daffodils are in full bloom? I do- every year. It can be a breathtaking sight after a long, cold Ohio winter. I want more of that … Read more
This article contains links, which if you click through and make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you. Tomatoes are definitely the king of any vegetable garden. Gardeners take pride when that first ripe tomato is ready to be harvested. It’s a rite of passage for summer. I have … 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.
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
Show anyone a white lily and they will know it’s a symbol of Easter. It isn’t uncommon that plants become associated with holidays- poinsettias at Christmas and clover at St. Patrick’s Day. And there is always an interesting history behind the symbolism. Lilium longiflorum (Easter lily) is no exception. Easter Lilies- A Symbol … Read more