I usually think of February as a kinder, gentler version of January. It’s usually still cold and snowy, but with fewer days, a little more daylight, and some warmer days in the mix, it generally goes by pretty quickly and by
This is the time of year when my inbox starts to fill up with a variety of interesting garden planning strategy questions. From the ever popular, If I start my tomatoes super early, I can harvest them in June, right?
With Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, this past week was all about sharing the love. As a gardener, I thought it was only appropriate to share some of that love with my garden friends.
I usually feel like January is the longest month of the year. The days are still short and dark, it is often bitterly cold, and it can be one of our snowiest months as well. But this year, January hasn’t felt that
From the moment we decided to buy our new house, I have been thinking about what the eventual garden would look like. As excited as I was about extra storage space and a much more functional kitchen, it was the
Today’s post comes from my friend Melissa Keyser from Sweet Bee Garden. I first got to know Melissa from her frequent comments here on the blog, and as a result have enjoyed following both her blog and Instagram feed for a couple of years
The last few weeks our impending move has been all-consuming. Between closing on the new house and getting everything in order for the inspection and appraisal of our current house (not to mention all the packing and cleaning and painting), there
Meet Mama Mallard, one half of the pair of Mallard ducks that have made themselves at home in the pollinator garden this spring.
Somehow, the month of March completely slipped through my fingers. The past month has been a big blur of baby milestones, holiday celebrations, and some pretty big (potentially life- and garden-altering) decisions, and it all happened in the blink of
It’s that time of year again! Seed starting season is here, and with it comes all the excitement and anticipation of getting down to the business of growing your garden. It is the time of year that gardeners look forward