These screens were purchased from Etsy store called The Watered Edge Can’t wait to make a great gate out of these.
A spring storm in Colorado covers an apple blossom in snow; hardening off indoor grown seedlings; and how to warm a mini-greenhouse at night.
What is a heliostat? Its an instrument that uses one or more mirrors to reflect sunlight with a mechanism to track the sun and move the mirrors allowing for continual reflection across the daylight skies. These instruments are most often used for solar power arrays to concentrate sunlight or heat to generate power. But now… Continue reading Heliostats for the gardener
This hammock is the king of hammocks. Extra wide to fit a couple comfortably. The rope material is soft against the skin but made of material that will withstand the elements. And what a color! If you would like to purchase, search for: Pawley’s Island/Presidentail Size Original DuraCord Rope Hammock in Coastal Blue
In an effort to reduce the amount of yard work to be done each summer, my friend Brenda has found a great way to add wonderful color to her garden. She’s taken out all the ground cover her small dogs eat and has added structure with upright evergreens and vines. Then for the main attraction… Continue reading Beautiful Blue Pots
This is Paws. Isn’t he the most special sweetest garden ornament you’ve seen? My friend Brenda agrees. So I will be heading out to a new nursery, Creek Side Gardens, http://www.plantsbycreekside.com/ to buy Brenda her very own. He will look especially at home once I get the annuals planted. What a treasure.
As a gardener, Spring is a most exciting time. From watching the first signs of bulbs emerging from their still chilly soil to witnessing the return of favorite birds, Spring never fails to instill hope and renewal. Although I provide bird seed for the hardy winter guests and love to watch the squirrels and finch… Continue reading Preparing for Garden Visitors