Archive for the ‘vegetables’ Category

Fall into organic vegetables

Thursday, September 5th, 2013 Posted in Crinum lilies, children, container gardens, cut flowers, garden bloggers, vegetables, young gardeners | 4 Comments »

Off we head to a new season of wonder! For me, it’s been another tough year, since rain has been rather skimpy at my end of the cloud.  One bright spot was ‘Mystery Crinum’ that finally bloomed. Now, that’s not its ...

Pop into popsicles and summer to fall vegetables

Thursday, July 18th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, community gardens, container gardens, garden structure, mulch, recipes, tomatoes, vegetables | 5 Comments »

Despite our little breather this week, the heat’s not off the griddle yet. So how about cooling down with Trisha’s yummy, healthy popsicles? This week, she mixes up easy-freezey recipes with fruit, yogurt, herbs, and even avocado (a top hit with ...

Love + Joy = Sharon Lovejoy & Dirty Birdie Fun!

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 Posted in Insects, birds, books, garden bloggers, garden projects, habitat, master gardeners, trees, vegetables | No Comments »

When it’s this hot & icky, what fun to get a rain lily surprise, even when it hasn’t rained! Boo, will it ever again? My little garden team will make it through this misery, despite the 6 p.m. weariness. ...

Sneaking into summer

Thursday, May 30th, 2013 Posted in Summer plants, Tours, butterflies, compost, grafted vegetables, native plants, passalong plants, perennials, ponds, tomatoes, water features | 8 Comments »

Now here’s a plant for your list. My native snake herb (Dyschoriste linearis) sneaks in to attract butterflies in its carefree perennial spread in part-time sun. When Michelle Pfluger from Green ‘n Growing introduced it to us last year, I raced ...