What to do when your mint plants are diseased but you want to save them? Find out here!
Hello again! Long time no see! I know I’ve been remiss in my posting but summer has just completely gotten away from me and now we’re approaching fall. Seriously, just in the last month we’ve had two Titan Arum blooms at the local Botanical Garden, a release of lady bugs indoors, and I’ve started class… Continue reading Fall Gardening
Wild peppers get personal when we explore a pepper plant passed down between generations.
Being born and raised in the South there might as well be an IV of sweet iced tea hooked up to me 24/7. It was a ubiquitous drink that dominated my childhood and one I happily let dominate my adulthood. If the South ever had to vote on a mascot it would most likely be… Continue reading The Perfect Sweet Iced Tea
Staghorn ferns can be a unique and interesting addition to any indoor plant garden. They’ve become quite popular in recent years and you commonly see them mounted or becoming a replacement for an animal mount. For long-term care of a healthy Staghorn Fern mount there are a few things worth noting that you don’t normally… Continue reading Mounting Staghorn Ferns
Potato Updates: When last we (you) saw the potatoes they were just over the height of the storage container I had them in. Well they continued growing… and growing… and growing… until they were falling over and really leggy. We finally swirled them around each other on top of the container full of… Continue reading Potatoes and Denali Updates + Seeds!
Readers! I am so thankful to all of you who have been following my fledgling blog as we start out on this journey. Thank you for your likes, your sharing, your comments, and thank you for being fans of gardening! This blog has now been alive for over 6 months and I continue to try… Continue reading The Great Seed Giveaway!