On December 29, 2015, I wrote the very first post on Garden with Diana. It has been quite a year sharing some pretty cool events; amazing people, plants and gardens; and useful garden projects and methods. These were the most popular posts in 2016. Winter Window Boxes took readers through the process – step by… Continue reading Best of Garden with Diana – 2016
I recently took a little time to review the past growing season while it was still fresh in my mind. I organized plant labels, seed packets, and notes; looked through photographs; and read entries in my garden journal. In January and February, I grew several varieties of amaryllis. They provided magnificent blooms for this winter… Continue reading Looking Back at the Season
With Thanksgiving just a couple days away, I am counting my blessings. Family and friends top my list of things for which I am most thankful, but my garden follows close behind. I took a few moments to remember the past year in the garden and sum it up in a letter of thankfulness. Dearest… Continue reading Thankful for the Garden
What do you imagine when you think of spring-flowering bulbs? Does your mind conjure up scenes of bright red tulips in front of a white picket fence or a field of yellow daffodils swaying on a breezy spring day? Or do you imagine drifts of tulips and daffodils in a multitude of colors winding their… Continue reading Plant alliums!
I am in end-of-season panic mode in my gardens. Shortening days and cooler temperatures signal time is running out before snow covers my landscape in a blanket of white. For those of you who haven’t followed my blog from the beginning, I am in the process of reclaiming my yard and my life after years… Continue reading End-of-Season Panic Gardening