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.
My 5th dragon looks up cautiously from his perch on an overturned pot. He stands about 15″ tall and has found shelter next to a hail ravaged Sum and Substance Hosta, Korean boxwood and my latest planting violas. I am hoping these viola will reseed… or at least last another good part of this so […]
I have two great new garden art pieces thanks to my very crafty friend Brenda and her mom Jean. They spent many an hour finding the wonderful glass pieces that went into these glass flowers. Using a glass bottle to house the rebar stem, these beauties light up a shady spot in the afternoon. […]
With lovely locked tails and upright ears, these three dragons are sweet little sentries. They keep watch of the side yard and back under the honey locust. With a greenish tint they are quite striking. I received these for my anniversary in 2014.
This week I have received my vegetable seeds and are starting plans for next years garden. I came across a new way to keep a vegetable garden weed free, the straw bale garden. The inventor of this method, Joel Karsten has written a book called ‘Straw Bale Gardens’ to show gardeners the method. Essentially […]