These easy-going shrubs are beautiful and they bare blueberries within 2-3 years. I just bought mine at a nursery because early spring is the best time of year to plant them. I talked to the people at the nursery, did some online research, and consulted with my mom to find out as much as possible about the best way to plant blueberries. Here I will share the what I learned … [Read more...] about How To Plant Blueberry Bushes: A Beautiful, Bountiful Shrub
Considering a moss rock garden? You may be entering into the intriguing, highly creative, imaginative and even surreal “Garden of Bliss and Intellect.” Moss, Lichens, Ferns, Quillworts and Liverworts, Horsetail, are amongst some of the interesting plants which you can cultivate in this highly fascinating, educational and conversational garden! Here are lots of fun moss rock … [Read more...] about Make A Moss Rock Garden: A Primitive And Ancient Wonderland
Do you love the idea of growing your own organic vegetables but unsure on how to get started? Well then take a look at my top 10 tips to have you planting peppers, picking tomatoes, and be a gardening hub of information in no time. Vegetable gardening for beginners can seem daunting but you can do it with these simple tips. Gardening For Beginners: 10 Tips To … [Read more...] about 10 Tips On Vegetable Gardening For Beginners
Do you like fresh herbs, but hate how much they cost at the grocery store? Here is a great idea- take these matters into your own hands with a thrifty herb window gardening! The thing about this window garden idea is you alway have herbs on hand for gourmet additions to your meals. I got the idea to begin window gardening from my mom’s kind of fresh cooking! Mom is not … [Read more...] about Thrifty Herb Window Gardening: What, Why, and How
Last week I showed you how to make a Mason Jar Herb Planter. We're really working hard to get everything ready for our garden so we'll be ready for planting as soon as the weather is. This week I made DIY Garden Markers to help us keep track of all of the young plants we're preparing to plant. Sometimes plants can look similar in the young stages. The garden markers are a … [Read more...] about DIY Garden Markers
Here in Michigan the weather is finally warming up during the day and staying warm enough at night that we can really start our garden. Until recently it was still getting so cold at night that the plants weren't safe outside. This year we are starting a pallet garden with many vegetables. While we love having fresh veggies on hand we also love having fresh herbs. Here is a … [Read more...] about Mason Jar Herb Planter
I grew up with a father who came from a 2,000 acre family farm and, even though he left farming behind in his latter years, he still maintained one very serious "backyard garden." We had rows and rows of corn, beans, lettuce, onions, radishes, peppers... you name it, we had it. And this was long before the hip and trendy grow your own veggies movement became … [Read more...] about How To Grow a Garden For Kids!