Archive for the ‘garden bloggers’ Category

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 ...

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. ...

Cute Overload That Matters: Kids & Wildlife

Thursday, June 13th, 2013 Posted in Insects, Late spring flowers, Summer plants, children, crafts, garden bloggers, garden designers, garden projects, habitat, herbs, native plants, perennials, recipes, wildlife | 4 Comments »

I’ve never been afraid of spiders since I read Charlotte’s Web as a kid. In fact, I veer around their intricate knitting so I don’t mess it up. Selfishly I hope the spiders mess it up themselves with a few leaf-footed ...

Superstars, outside and for your Indoor Plant Decor

Thursday, May 16th, 2013 Posted in Summer plants, Texas A&M, annuals, books, butterflies, garden bloggers, garden design, garden designers, habitat, perennials | 6 Comments »

There’s a lot to be said for summer annuals. I’ve always adored globe amaranths, but this ‘Fireworks’ in Lucinda Hutson’s garden sparked a new love affair. Beyond, Duranta pops in some wowza color, too. Here’s why Daphne makes globe amaranth (Gomphrena globosa) ...