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Garden Transformation

Garden Transformation

There are numerous areas of my garden which require attention. This weekend I tackled one. Sometimes it helps me stay motivated to break down a complex task into defined steps and track my project in a before and after. So while this post is really […]

Plea of the Ruby Spice Clethra . . . “I’m Not Dead Yet!”

Plea of the Ruby Spice Clethra . . . “I’m Not Dead Yet!”

Know any funny stories about gardening? No? I didn’t either until this weekend. Gardening seems a sort of meditative, serious type of practice but I have found there is a lot of humor in it too. Take for example, my recent experience with the Ruby […]

. . . and You Think You’re Busy?!

. . . and You Think You’re Busy?!

Lately around our house we have an abundance of life. We have huge azaleas, rhododenrons and peonies in an overwhelming, almost desperate, bloom. This week, I was taking out the garbage one evening and in the short walk out the back door to the garbage […]

Punched Aluminum Plant Markers

Punched Aluminum Plant Markers

In my garden, sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between the small plants that are still getting established and the weeds! To both help myself and clarify the situation for visitors, I wanted to create some plant markers that would be both […]

April Recap . . . and a Continuation to May!

April Recap . . . and a Continuation to May!

If you are surprised that today is the first day of May (May!), join the club! April for us was jam-packed and flew by altogether too fast. Easter, Spring Break, dog sitting, boom, end of the month! Sadly, I am nowhere near done with what […]