Home Grown Strawberries and a Recipe

Home Grown Strawberries and a Recipe

I love summer produce, the farmer’s market, tomatoes warmed by the sun and growing my own fruits and vegetables! I am always looking for new recipes based on what’s growingRead More

From The Child of a Gardener

From The Child of a Gardener

I love seeing my children’s school work come home when they are first learning to spell and express themselves on paper. This week was no different! My 2nd grade daughter’sRead More

Supporting Peony Plants with Cages

Supporting Peony Plants with Cages

I love growing peony plants and and enjoying them in my garden and as a cut flower. Peonies take patience as few flower the first year, but they are worthRead More

Snow Over Spring Flowers

Snow Over Spring Flowers

This week many of the northern Midwest and Eastern states were surprised with more snow after enjoying a week of spring weather. The first thing that crossed my mind whenRead More

Spectacular Spring Bloom - Iris Reticulata 'Harmony'

Spectacular Spring Bloom – Iris Reticulata ‘Harmony’

Bursting from the ground this spring, the Iris Reticulata ‘Harmony’ has caught our eye with its spectacular hue and elegantly detailed petals. Their bright blues and purples are dazzling earlyRead More

Variety Spotlight - Border Dahlia Art Nouveau

Variety Spotlight – Border Dahlia Art Nouveau

When planning your border garden, consider the multitude of colors and combinations that can enhance the space. Create a unique mix starting with your favorite colors and try out aRead More

Variety Spotlight - Dahlia Gallery Pablo

Variety Spotlight – Dahlia Gallery Pablo

Are you looking to get more blooms from your garden? Dahlia Gallery Pablo is a stunning flower that will give you the flower power you are looking for! One ofRead More

Color Feature - Elephant Ear and Caladium

Color Feature – Elephant Ear and Caladium

If you are looking for foliage with big impact, then Elephant Ears, and Caladiums are for you! The color combination is stunning, creating strong contrast between the reds and greens.Read More

Using Terrariums to Force Begonias Indoors

Using Terrariums to Force Begonias Indoors

Starting begonias indoors is a great way to satisfy your craving for gardening and ensures you will have containers full of blooms when it warms up and is time toRead More

Announcing the Winner of our $150 Giveaway!

Announcing the Winner of our $150 Giveaway!

We are pleased to announce Cheryl Marks is the winner of our $150 gift e-card giveaway! Cheryl, please check your inbox for your prize!