The days are longer, the sun is higher and we are all itching to get out in the garden and do what we love best…garden.
For some, it can become stressful to the point where they just don’t want to do it anymore— so I’d like to offer some suggestions to make this time of year a little less crazy.
This is the time of year when we can play with our landscapes and our homes. It doesn’t have to be expensive, just fun.
Now is the time to start thinking about next year in the garden and planting a pollinator habitat.
June is the month when summer really begins for us. Long days, lightning bugs, and the ability to spend the day planting a garden lull us into the joys of the season.
May is Plant Something Month! Never heard of it? It’s a new promotion designed to inspire people to just plant something, whether that’s a tree, shrub, vegetable garden or a hanging basket.
Earth Day is not just another day to be marked by a parade or fireworks. It is a day to remind us that this planet is entrusted to our care, and we have to participate in that care.
There are three things that I like to do for vacation—go to a beach, visit bucket-list places, and visit gardens. It is one of my favorite ways to spend a vacation.
Starting a house journal can help you keep those little details in mind that you’ll want to know five years down the road.