5 Steps to Get Your Roses Ready for Fall

I have found that this one thing can help you start off the year with a disease free rose bed. Also, never place diseased rose leaves in your compost bin. They should be removed all together from your gardens space.

10 Interesting Facts About Dahlias That May Surprise You

We have collected 10 interesting facts about dahlias ranging from who is credited with their discovery to why you may not have ever seen a blue dahlia. These facts and more can be found in our post “10 Interesting Facts About Dahlias That May Surprise You.”


4 Easy Tips on How to Start Gardening

Begin with a container. Salad greens have tender root systems and will flourish in a raised container. Use a container made of natural materials such as untreated wood, steel, or clay. Be sure there is a drainage hole and that the container is at least 6 inches in height. The best news? Lettuce plants grow super fast and can be harvested over and over again. It really is the most wonderful way to begin gardening.

Gardening with Kids

Getting kids in the garden early in life has so many benefits for their immune systems and their mental health. This goes for adults too! Starting healthier lifestyle habits at a young age has proven to carry through life as the person grows. It’s so much easier to start something from the beginning than to try and change your ways years later.

How To Grow a “Spaghetti Sauce” Garden

A large part of our vegetable garden is planned for an abundant crop of tomatoes. The tomatoes in our garden are grown for the enjoyment of summer eating and snacking, but there’s also a much bigger plan.

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for the Gardener Under $40

Do you have a Valentine on your list who likes to garden?  Just for you, we have put together a gift guide of 6 amazing items, all under $40!  All of these items can be shipped to you or directly to you valentine.  Enjoy these fun finds;  I am adding all...

7 Food Trends You Will Want to Try in 2018

The New Year typically brings about the desire to eat healthier; maybe trying to undo some pounds that may have been accumulated during the holiday season? But, do we really even stop eating candy until after Easter? I feel like I am eating candy from Halloween until...

5 Best Plants for a Host or Hostess Gift

It's that time of year when our calendars are full of parties!  Deciding what to bring the host or hostess can be a bit overwhelming.  Well,  we have a list of 5 amazing plants that every host or hostess will love, green thumb or not.  And, all of these...

7 Ways to Use the 7ft. Garland from Trader Joes

This time of year fresh garland is a must in my house!  I try to sneak it into every room.  Wondering how you can find space for fresh garland in your home?  We are going to go over 7 ways to use the 7ft. garland from Trader Joes.  From traditional...

Gift Guide for the Gardener

From garden tools, to handmade artwork, to candles that smell good enough to eat, our gift guide for the gardener has you covered! With 8 different gift ideas ranging in price from $14.00-$60.00, we have a gift for every budget.  So sit back and grab a glass of whatever and get to crossing items off your list