Here are some tips to create a dog friendly garden that you and your pooch will both love.
Oh my how the garden grows!
Share your passion for all things in the plant world!
It is that time of year again!
One of the most interesting interpretations of Shakespeare’s writing is what’s known as a Shakespeare Garden.
Oh, how the garden grows! Producing delicious veggies and beautiful plants and flowers!
Check out this gardening update from Snickers. Things are really popping!
Snickers updates you on how her garden is growing! Come take a look.
Summer is just around the corner and Imperfect Women’s Patty has 5 fabulous ways to help you prepare!
It’s Springtime in the garden and Imperfect Women’s resident gardener is a busy gal! The sweet corn is planted, pumpkins, gourds, etc. and have sprouted and the flowers are blooming.
As I watch our temps go back to the 60’s this week, I will sit here with my bucket of new seeds and faithfully wait for Mother Nature to say it will be time to work the soil again.
An outdoor fire can turn a patio into a cozy, outdoor room, but it’s important to remember safety and maintenance rules.
The summer bounty of vegetables in my garden has started to slow down. So this busy gardener has been canning, freezing, eating, then canning, freezing and eating some more, until I feel like a tomato!
As the old saying goes, if you have one cucumber you have many, so it’s time for making pickles!
If you grew up in the Midwest, you know about the days of putting corn up for the winter months. Snickers gives you some tips on how she is able to have great sweet corn year round!
Snickers updates us on her garden’s progress. Make sure you check it out!
Snickers shares her beautiful sanctuary with us.
After failing to grow tomatoes with “Topsy-Turvy” – Jennie remained cool as a cucumber and soldiered on to find success in her next gardening adventure.
Getting Your Yard Ready for Fall
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