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Seed Gathering Saving


Drought and Our Trees

Japanese Anemone

Fall Gardening & To Do List

Oak – Slime Flux | Walter Reeves: The Georgia Gardener

Garden’s Are Showing Their End Of Season Blooms


The Effects of Hot Weather on Your Garden

Dandy Dill

The Many Layers of the Onion

Oak Leaf Hydrangea


Making the Most of My Time in the Kitchen Garden

Kindness Caused Me Fall in Love with the Daylily

Food Forward: Urban Gardening

Peas, Peas Everywhere!


My Morning in the Kitchen Garden in Pictures

What’s Soft, Fuzzy, andy Silver Green All Over? Lamb’s Ears

Thyme is a Herb that Cures all Diseases

Frogs & Toads, a Gardeners Friendly Neighbor


You Want Snakes In Your Garden.  I Do!

Compost Bin in honor of Earth Day

A Love Affair?

Shasta Daisies Everywhere


Shasta Daisies Everywhere

Do You Want to Grow Salvia, Salvia or Salvia?  HUH?

Euphorbia ‘Blackbird’

The Mighty Roman Radish

Oh The Beautiful Chive

Black Locust Tree

Columbine ‘Aquilegia’

Blackberry Bushes ‘Pole Set Up’ PART II


Fruit Trees Arrived & Planted

Blackberry Bushes ‘Planting’ PART I


Grow Your own Strawberries

First Day of Spring.  How did you spend it?

All the seedlings are up!!  Baby Tomato, Eggplant & Zinnias!


Seed Starting……


You can usually find me in my garden, the kitchen, at the gym or spending time with my family. I love sharing recipes, gardening and exercise tips and stories of my backyard chickens and beekeeping.
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Leena Meazell June 25, 2012 at 9:47 am

Gardening is actually my own interest because it actually facilitates myself to enjoy and relax. I like to grow plants and flowers both in the house and also outside the house. My own favorite plants are generally tropical ornamental plants as well as fruit bearing plants.


AmySue June 26, 2012 at 7:57 am

I am a big fan of tropical ornamentals as well. I like to place mine outside in the summer time to enjoy them with the more traditional Mid-Western plantings, and then bring them in to place around the house and enjoy through the cold winter. Thank you for stopping by and saying hello!


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