Celebrating mothers, womanhood with flowers
But in many homes, it is not so, despite their roles as hands that rocks the cradle and nurtures the generation of future leaders, they are not recognized for their efforts.
Old news is good news
Newspapers help you make ‘no-dig’ garden beds and are an easy organic effective method to stop weed invasion. Using newspapers in the garden is frugal as well as environmentally sound.
Art in the garden
Gardens are natural backdrop to showcase an array of art forms and decorations. Whether they are precious antique finds, traditional, contemporary or creations...
Declutter your garden
A Japanese organizing consultant Marie Kondo published a book: The life changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of De cluttering and Organizing, which made her a world authoritative voice on how to tidy up.
Preparing for the new season
Getting rid of weeds and preparing soil ready for your flowers and vegetables are important first step in growing a successful garden. Last year’s debris after the dry season...
“Here and yonder, high and low, Goldenrod and Sunflower glow.” -Kelly weeks (1840-76)
Sunflowers have many uses such as for producing biodiesel and cooking oil. But the best use of a sunflower is to brighten the garden patios, even indoor rooms any time of the year.
Pond in a pot
This method for growing plants is not only low maintenance, but disease and pest resistant. Many plants grow easily in water which is an often used method of propagation as well....
A Valentine day beyond roses
An arrangement of assorted cacti and succulents displaying various textures and shades of green planted together to create a mini-exotic garden in stylish containers will win hearts.