Ripe and ready cover stars…
The March issue of Sunset Magazine is out and making for some happy people at my house…
Although it was hard to leave my rose garden behind when we moved, I am enjoying the opportunity to create a new one from scratch.
Whether they’re an eager beginner or already an expert, here are my favorite finds for the garden lover in your life.
This is why I love having a garden: just as I’ve hit tomato overload, it’s time to clear some room to plant for fall.
I’ve tried so many different ways to label the plants in my garden over the years, but they never last long. In an effort to properly label my growing plants, I raided my stash of leftover birthday party supplies for some plastic knives.
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.
Right now is the time to encourage your roses to bloom, all it takes is a trip to the drug store to get started.
Clivia is a winter blooming, evergreen plant that looks similar to an amaryllis and adds a nice punch of color.