Beauty is, indeed, in the eye of the beholder. As a green thumb gardener, you know this, right? Sometimes though, adding things to one’s garden to enhance the “visuals” can be done, with little “extra” effort… Read the rest of this entry »
While gardening is usually thought of as a productive way to grow beautiful plants and obtain tasty fruits and vegetables, few gardeners have ever considered the immense amounts of exercise one can get in the process of gardening. While you can Read the rest of this entry »
Hi there Green Thumb (and other colored thumbs too) Gardeners!
From time-to-time I may, or may not, have a “theme week”, however I am this week… I hope you enjoy Tree Week! Read the rest of this entry »
We all love our summer gardens. Whether our gardens are meant to produce colorful blooms and fragrant flowers that delight the senses or plenty of vegetables that will keep our families fed throughout the long cold winter months, there is much to be said and enjoyed about keeping a summer garden growing and thriving. In fact, many of us look for ways to prolong the lives of our summer gardens in order to get that little bit of extra life from the flowers, plants, and vegetables that we plant in them. Keep reading to discover a few ways that you can prolong the life of your summer garden for a few more days, weeks, or even perhaps an extra month of color or vegetable production.
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Greenhouse gardening can seem a little old fashioned these days. It is so easy to jump in the car and drive to the supermarket where we can find every kind of fruit and vegetables flown in from all over the world. You want fresh strawberries in winter? No problem, there they are on the shelf. Read the rest of this entry »