Birds in the Garden · Garden Design · Garden DIY · Garden Musings · Perennials · Wildlife in the Garden

The Garden of Tammy Schmitt

I often think a garden is a reflection of the gardener who created it. Never has this been so true as the garden of Tammy Schmitt. Tammy and her garden are full of energy and fun. Your walk to the front door sets the tone for the colorful times ahead. Head around the side of… Continue reading The Garden of Tammy Schmitt

Annuals · Container Gardening · Garden Design · Garden DIY · Garden Musings · Perennials · Tropicals · Wildlife in the Garden

The Garden of Peg Bier

Peg Bier is a local legend. She may be advanced in years, but she puts much younger gardeners to shame with her very large property. She speaks of her garden lovingly and shares how it has changed over the years to match the needs of her growing family. A fairy garden demonstrates how the garden… Continue reading The Garden of Peg Bier

Garden Musings · Wildlife in the Garden

The Monarch: Saving our Most-Loved Butterfly – A Book Review

One of the benefits of traveling is having time to read. I love to read, but struggle to find the time. I picked up a copy of Kylee Baumle’s book, The Monarch: Saving our Most-Loved Butterfly, at the Garden Bloggers Fling and couldn’t wait to dive in while waiting at the airport for the flight… Continue reading The Monarch: Saving our Most-Loved Butterfly – A Book Review

Annuals · Bulbs · Garden Musings · Garden Planning · Perennials · Shrubs · Trees · Wildlife in the Garden

Plant Early Spring Bloomers for Pollinators

Pollinators and the flowers that attract them live together in a mutually beneficial relationship. Flowers attract pollinators to ensure pollination; pollinators seek out flowers for lunch. After a long winter, the first spring flowers emerge from the soil offering sustenance to early risers. To establish a resident pollinator population in the landscape, provide the earliest… Continue reading Plant Early Spring Bloomers for Pollinators