Of course, I wouldn’t pass up the chance to blab away on one of my favorite topics— creating inviting outdoor spaces.
I’m pretty easygoing when it comes to planting my garden.
Just in time for the new year, I’ve had the chance to plan and start a new veggie garden utilizing some of my hard-earned wisdom.
If you have a sunny spot in your yard that right now is filled with less than desirable existing plants, consider creating a butterfly garden.
In a pre-season pinch, I always choose Campari tomatoes at the store. Small in size and packed with sweetness, they really are the best choice when you need a little bite of summer— right now.
Follow these tips and your roses won’t only feel the love, they will bloom to be the most beautiful roses on the block.
The weather has been crazy beautiful lately. Santa Barbara feels more like summer, than spring— or the way we wish summer felt when all that June gloom fog rolls in.
I’m honored and thrilled to be featured on The Silver Pen today.
Here are some of my tried and true spring gardening tips to help get a jumpstart on your warm weather vegetables and herbs.
Since we are rolling into St. Patrick’s Day it seems like the right time to talk cabbage, specifically Brussels sprouts.