It’s mid-October and Fall has arrive in the mid-Atlantic, with all her glorious colors. As the night-time temperatures drop, gardeners everywhere are consulting the 14-day forecast. Autumn in the garden is a time to slow down a little after the summer garden has given you her best. I always find… Read More »Autumn in the Garden: A Time to Slow the Pace
Welcome to our ‘Inspiration’ category, where words bloom like the most vibrant of gardens. In this section, we sow the seeds of inspiration and nurture the beauty of reflection. Explore articles brimming with profound thoughts, motivational quotes, and stories that resonate with the very spirit of gardening. These posts aren’t about the ‘how-to’ but rather the ‘why’ of our green journey – the profound connection between soil, soul, and the world that surrounds us. Let these pieces be the sunlight that brightens your day and the rain that nourishes your spirit. Take a stroll through this garden of inspiration, and let your heart and mind blossom.
Do you ever sit amongst the plants in your garden and feel as though you made art? Gardening unleashes your inner artist. I feel that way when everything is green and lush and flowers are blooming here and there. The various colors, the feel of the breeze, the sounds of… Read More »Gardening Magic Unveiled: How Gardening Unleashes Your Inner Artist
Gertrude Jekyll’s quote, “The love of gardening is a seed that once sown, never dies,” beautifully captures the enduring passion that gardening can inspire in people. Gardening, as an activity and a pursuit, has a unique and profound impact on those who engage in it. Like a seed planted in… Read More »The Love of Gardening: A Seed that Never Dies
A multitude of gardeners would agree it would be tomatoes! Glorious, beautiful tomatoes. It’s #TomatoTuesday around here, time to sing the praises of the tomato: nature’s jewel, a sun-kissed sphere of sweet delight! Ode to the Tomato In gardens green, ‘neath the warm sun’s gaze, Tomatoes thrive in many vibrant… Read More »If there Were Only One Reason to Garden…