If only my body could keep up with my thinking. – plan new entry by shed in pollinators garden. – grass seed cold stratification ✓ – gaillardia pulchella seed at gma ✓ – gaillardia seed at home in containers – choose new evergreens? – call for sprinkler – call for soil prep – decide what… Continue reading Ready set spring! The todo todo
First Published 5/28/2018. Yesterday was a good day. I am jubilant with the progress made in my nephew’s yard. We spent the afternoon doing clean up and discovery. We learned they have a grape vine growing up and over their northern fence. While grapes are cool, the vine also began climbing the evergreens… Continue reading A Transformation sometimes starts with a buzz, this is ViDas first day
Man the older I get. I’ve wasted two and a half hours of my morning looking for earphones. Really, is that the best use of my time? I wander all over never quite organized. Having a greenhouse that keeps all of my seed stuff in one place would be awesome. Right now my incubators are… Continue reading Spring clean is not just for the garden beds.
Where did 2012 go? Did I just imagine it? No of course not. I did get some fun projects done over the summer, but never had time to post. I plan to do so here soon, its on my spring to do list! As usual the not so fun items from 2011/2012 lists never seem… Continue reading Spring To-Do list 2013
Do you ever marvel at the gardeners who can makeover a section of their garden in a weeks time? I am truly inspired by my neighbor across the street. Even with MS and age hampering her efforts she has managed to take an ordinary suburban yard with drab shrubs and overgrown ground covers and created… Continue reading Spring 2011 To Do List
After a winter wondering if the pain in my hip I endured for months after a long day of bulb planting was worth it, I have to say yes! The daffodils add such a happy vibe to an otherwise drab spring background. I will definitely be adding more color for spring come this fall. So… Continue reading Spring clean-up