Archive for the ‘fertilizing’ Category

Filling up on fragrance|Funky Chicken Coop tour|Square foot garden design

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 Posted in Tours, bulbs, butterflies, chickens, fertilizing, garden design, pruning, roses, vegetables | 5 Comments »

Well, if you had a year or so to read this post, I can show you everything that’s blooming in my garden!  Since I know you’re busy, here's just a sampling that doesn't include “D is for Drought” in their ...

Drought and freeze survivors|Big Red Sun|No-kill trees

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 Posted in Nurseries, fall plants, fertilizing, garden designers, garden projects, lawns, succulents | 11 Comments »

By golly, I have more plants in the ground than in the compost pile. Some look a little winded after this hard run, but if they made it through 2011, they can handle anything. One is my Salvia microphylla ‘La ...

What do you know? Flowers!! + Remarkable Trees w/Matt Turner

Thursday, October 20th, 2011 Posted in Nurseries, books, caterpillars, fall plants, fertilizing, fruit trees, garden design, mulch, native plants | 10 Comments »

My, oh, my. Three days after the rain, I came home to a surprise: flowers! I almost fell over.  Though my oxbloods, tucked into plumbago, have yet to fail me. A week ago, the Salvia greggiis looked on their death bed. “Not ...