Gardening Blog Posts
Congratulations, you’ve survived the worst of a Texas Summer.Yes, we CAN contemplate gardening again!
Pictured above is the fall aster starting to bloom.
Butterfly migrations are in full swing and I’m desperately trying to keep some native bloomers alive to fuel them on their journeys.
Survival is the name of the game!
Last Sunday, instead of regular Sunday School, we had a potluck breakfast in the fellowship hall for all ages. I found myself sitting out of the way conversing with a friend who happened to ask me how I handled anxious thoughts.
Can Flowers thrive in 100 plus temperatures?
I’ve been asked to do the flowers this week for a backyard wedding.
Is there any science behind “grandma’s” habit of planting marigolds next to squash and cucumbers in her vegetable patch?
An herb garden makes a home. Herbs signify to me that I’m grounded, here stay and “sit a spell.”
We all know the ditty, “April Showers Bring May Flowers,” yet do we understand the significance of these words, especially the verb, “bring?”
I have proof positive that gardeners are observant, empathetic, and generous!