Is it snowing outside yet you are already making plans for the garden? Are you busy browsing the seed catalogs and making your list of new and old varieties you gotta plant? Let’s look at the earliest spring crops you can plant. They are cold hardy and many enjoy a light frost because it converts […]
Daffodils are one of my favorite spring blooming flowers. They fill your garden with a golden glow, and are very easy to grow. Also known as narcissus, daffodils have a bevy of landscaping benefits. There are many different varieties to choose from. They are inexpensive, multiply over time, and are cold tolerant. That’s only a […]
I am new to vegetable gardening, like brand spanking new. I have dreams of a plush vegetable garden with trellis’ full of fruit but, it’ll never happen. Here is 5 Horribly Hilarious gardening mistakes I keep making and can’t seem to shake!
There is always that one spot in my yard that is lacking a pop of color. The shade garden. It seems to be missing vibrance and variety. When I go shopping, I tend to find many perennials that favor sun. I decided to make a big push to change it up this year and spend […]
I have been planting window boxes for years. Over time, I have developed a certain style and favorite flower for each season. Every box is different, and can easily be planted in no time. I love mixing trailing vines with colorful blooms that put on a show. I am constantly scrolling through Pinterest collecting new […]
Welcome to Tea Talk in the Garden! Grab a drink, pull up a chair and join us. What is Tea Talk you ask? It’s when my garden pen pal Jen of Frau Zinnie and I exchange letters virtually to each other. We discuss the latest happenings and going-ons in our yards. You, the reader, are […]