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Tag Archives: garden books
A special deal for my readers!
As I was looking for a book on Amazon this morning, I took a notion to see what price they were selling my books for. Amazingly, my first book, “Herbal Beginnings” was priced at over $30!!! The other three were … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged book sale, garden books, Herbal Beginnings, Indiana gardening 6 Comments
A very Pleasant Day!
As winter continues to fill our view, (It’s snowing as I write this.) spirits can begin to tumble. Fortunately, the dedicated group of Master Gardens in Elkhart County, Indiana and the surrounding area, known as the Michiana Master Gardeners, came … Continue reading
Six on Saturday: Feb 23
Despite a search, there were no signs of change in the gardens as winter continues. Spring is evident only by the beautiful photos of blooms and green sprigs posted by others, which as they move northward, gives those of us … Continue reading
When a gardener buys….
a chair it’s likely to have a horticultural theme! With some surprise, I realized that in all my long, long life I’ve never actually purchased a chair for myself. Early in my home making years, furniture was usually hand-offs. … Continue reading
Posted in Gardeners, Uncategorized, winter Tagged garden books, garden fabric, horticultural script 22 Comments
Two Great Gifts
I know it’s getting down to the wire, but if there are gardeners on your shopping list may I suggest two gifts that I adore, and have found extremely helpful to my aging muscles. The first has been … Continue reading
Tired of Waiting!
Tired of waiting, tired of waiting, so tired of waiting…for Spring! It’s been two steps forward, one step back over and over again. I clear and tidy, and then wish I hadn’t because the temperature plummets again. Last year I’d … Continue reading
Posted in garden books, gardening, kitchen gardens, Potager, seasonal decor, Spring, Uncategorized Tagged Adelma Simmons, Beverly Nichols, garden books, gardening, Herbal Beginnings, herbs, potager, Tasha Tudor, tea herbs 13 Comments
A Blessing of Our Winter
As the snow falls and temperatures hover between teens and just below freezing, there’s nothing that I need to do in the gardens. Oh, there’s lots I COULD (Should?) be doing to facilitate next year’s success (And this time of … Continue reading
Searching for Spring
Searching for spring takes keen eyes, so it’s a good thing I just had cataract surgery. Otherwise, these tiny tips just pushing through the soil might have been overlooked. After a long walk-about in the sunshine today, those few little … Continue reading
Posted in garden books, gardening, Potager, Uncategorized Tagged garden books, garden design, potagers 4 Comments