Pruning Annabelle hydrangeas is an easy and satisfying garden task.
National Seed Swap Day has snuck up on me. It’s a good reminder, though, to organize my seeds ASAP.
Wishing you a holiday season filled with love, joy, and peace
Growing celery increases my salary! Here’s how to use and store it.
I’ve been using rain barrels for over ten years now, and here are the tips that I’ve learned.
The best part of the garden walk was seeing and talking to my newsletter readers, social media followers, and garden club friends.
To get the most blooms on your lilacs, prune them right after blooming each year.
Spring is an exciting time because I can start planting cool-season crops. It’s also a frustrating time as the weather changes from one extreme to another. Within one week we’ve had lows of 28°F and highs of 81°F. That’s why you need to know the best time for planting different kinds of seeds and transplantsContinue reading “Hardening Off Plants”
Today, April 14, 2021, is National Gardening Day, and I’m celebrating it with a special offer. Subscribe to my newsletter now and get access to a video of my presentation on how to start a garden. Details are HERE. Do you know anyone who wants to start growing their own food?Share the link with them!ActContinue reading “SPECIAL OFFER for National Gardening Day”
Q: What looks like a tiny pumpkin but is really an eggplant? A: ‘Goyo Kumba’ Solanum aethiopicum The orange fruit in my hand is not a tiny pumpkin: it’s a tiny eggplant! I came across the seeds for this unusual vegetable, Goyo Kumba eggplant, several years ago, and I had to try it. If nothingContinue reading “Pumpkin Eggplant Riddle”