An easy, unique fall container with a twist! Continue reading Have you ever seen this easy, unique fall container idea?
How to deal with a long, narrow planting bed between steps and a driveway. Continue reading Planning and Planting a Narrow Garden: Part 1
Join me for tips, ideas, and progress in my suburban Colorado garden, including perennials, annuals, veggies, pests, design considerations (hello, privacy from the 18 houses around us, anyone?) and whatever else comes up-no pun intended! Continue reading It Lives Again!
Right now I am: Watching: Nothing. The TV doesn’t usually turn on during the day, and I’m nowhere near it anyway. Side note: anyone else seriously missing the old HGTV shows that weren’t all about house shopping? Sarah Richardson, Candice Olsen, David Bromstad, Sabrina, Tanya, Curb Appeal, Backyard Rooms, (or really any landscape/gardening show) – where did they all go? All I see anymore … Continue reading Right Now
My, my, it has been a while, hasn’t it? Last I blogged, I’d just finished a booger of a professional certification and I was on Cloud 9 with spare time and a bunch of ideas to update the blog. And then, a month later, I found out I was pregnant again and all the first trimester fun began. Read: I had (relatively more) time to … Continue reading Oh, Hello!
Chalkboards were popular, like, 3 years ago. I know. I’m late to the party. But three years ago, I had no need for a chalkboard and it would’ve been an odd little organizer with notes like “Next month: bread” or “Check milk box” literally every day of the week. Now, though, I have a use for a chalkboard! I have a munchkin, we have a … Continue reading Jumping on the (Chalkboard) Wagon
So…..HI! I say that a little sheepishly, because I’m slightly embarrassed. I’ve been away much longer than I anticipated. After my (shockingly distant) last post, I fully intended to start yakking at my favorite internet audience again. Then at the last minute, I decided to pick up where I left off a couple years ago with a professional designation and try to wrap it up. … Continue reading In Which I Return to the Keyboard…and Steampunk?