As the cold temperatures are here for many parts of the country, it might seem a strange time to think about what to plant this spring. But this time of year is a great time to work on planning your garden.
Good garden design starts with thinking before digging.
Read on for my 5 Tips for Successful Garden Planning.
Then curl up by the fire with a few plant and seed catalogs, pen and paper and your favorite beverage and start dreaming of spring.
The New Year is finally here. And with it comes the time-honored tradition of making New Year's Resolutions.
For most us, resolutions don't really work. Studies have shown it. While stating what you want to see happen in your life is always a good idea, many times things don't change. But in 2018 I found a way to achieve at least some of the goals I set for 2018.
Read on to find out the 5 things I did to Turn Resolutions into Reality
As 2020, with all of it's challenges, draws to a close, it's a great time to reflect on what this year brought to us and take time to appreciate the good things it had to offer before moving on to 2021.
Most of us have a favorite season of the year. But part of the joy of gardening is that, as we actively engage with nature in the intimacy of our own yard, we can find beauty in every season.
Read on as Paula shows us the beauty she finds in every season of her garden.