Morning snow flurries are not enough to stop an afternoon gardener. After all, it is April and I am itching to get outside. I need to see what is trying to bloom for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. I need to finish getting those grasses cut down. I need to plant the Pansies. I need. I . . . → Read More: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Buckets Of Bulbs Planted In December Are Blooming
It’s time to start sharing secrets. If you’ve seen the size of our gardens, you probably wonder how we do it. After all, this is a half-acre lot and Mike and I have full-time jobs and a life. I started leaning towards low maintenance gardening several years back. Many parts of our yard are low . . . → Read More: Low Maintenance – Spring Blooms
I couldn’t help but make this scilla picture into my screensaver. It’s ideal with the vivid colors, and yet has room at the top and bottom for all those icons.
Scilla is so lovely this time of year. Ours is planted with periwinkle, winter aconite, and grape hyacinths under a big maple tree. Grass . . . → Read More: Scilla Screensaver – Celebrating Spring On Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day