Archive for the ‘Nurseries’ Category

Little views + fairy gardens and terrariums

Thursday, November 21st, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, annuals, bulbs, children, companion plants, container gardens, fairy gardens, fall plants, garden bloggers on tour, lawn replace, mushrooms, terrariums | No Comments »

Sometimes we luck into perfect little frames, like ‘Black Pearl’ pepper with fall asters. A hard freeze will really blacken that pearl, but I’ll plant more next spring. They liven up asters’ stolid green foliage until explosion time. The great thing ...

Gardening on a budget with recycled fun!

Thursday, November 14th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, Texas A&M, bees, destinations, fall plants, garden art, garden bloggers, garden projects, garden structure, herbs, lawn replace, recycling, succulents | 3 Comments »

“Are you going to use that?”  Gardeners are masters at recycling—plants, curbside scavenges, leaves, whatever. Give us somebody’s leftovers and we’ll find a way to use them!  You can have a ton of fun without a ton of money. Plants are ...

Fall into digging with exciting plants and a garden makeover!

Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, bulbs, fall plants, garden design, garden designers, garden projects, perennials, shade plants, succulents | 3 Comments »

Ah, early renewal! Hot days aren’t over yet, but plants are as ready as we are to get back to work. Actually, skeleton-leaf goldeneye daisy never takes vacation. It handles my (composted) clay soil just fine, always looks good, and ...

New eyes & ideas at the San Francisco Garden Blogger’s Fling

Saturday, August 10th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, destinations, drought, garden bloggers, garden bloggers on tour, garden design, garden designers, garden structure, lawn replace, perennials | 27 Comments »

I can’t believe I did it, but in June, I shut down three computers and left Greg in charge of bunnies, cats, dog, and garden watering to head to San Francisco for the annual Garden Blogger’s Fling! I was way overdue ...