Hi Friends! I’m so happy to share a surprise announcement with you about design project I created for Mountain Crest Gardens.
This past weekend was the Central Arizona Cacti and Succulent show at the Desert Botanical Garden. I had never been to this show, but I had been to the Botanical Garden before,so I was excited to visit.
It’s definitely Spring here in Phoenix, Arizona and my plants are starting to wake up and bloom after a long winter. Today I’m going to be giving you a brief Balcony Garden Tour for Spring 2018. Enjoy!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know my daughter and I took a trip to Tampa, Florida. We had an wonderful time and I was amazed at all the beautiful tropical landscape.
I love to go thrifting on a weekly basis and I’m always on the lookout of unique pots or containers to use in my container gardening. So many jars or pots do not have a hole for drainage, but that doesn’t stop me from getting them.
Fairy gardens can be created for any season of the year. After a long winter, let’s look at 10 fairy gardens for Spring that can bring some joy into your world.
Succulents are wonderful plants to collect and easy to take care of. You can also combine them for a unique container garden. Today I’m showing you how to create a succulent dish using vintage or unusual planters from the thrift store.
Winter time is the perfect time to think and plan for the Spring growing season. But, it’s also a good time to take inventory of your tools and supplies. Are there some things that you really need (want) to make your gardening easier?
Winter time is a time for the outdoor garden to take a rest. The flowers have long finished blooming and if you’re like me, you want to have some vibrant flowers for the Holiday season.