We all want our lawn to be as green as possible, right? A green lawn or garden is a healthy place that harbors a lot of thriving plants and flowers within it. Green lawns could also be a healthy ecosystem for local wildlife. But have you ever thought about trying to make it green more… Continue reading Could Your Garden Be Even Greener?
Month: July 2018
Morning Backyard Finds
MGM – Monday Garden Minute.🐞 This idea came to me in a dream - Monday feature- a one-minute segment about what is happening in the garden 🙂 🌱 Backyard, front porch, lanai, outside world, anything that is pertinent to plant growth is featured as a short segment on Mondays.🦎 MGM – did it take less than 60… Continue reading Morning Backyard Finds
Getting Your Yard Ready For Fall
With the rainy season in full swing, here in Florida, all the storms, water, lightning, thunder and humid effect the yard's vegetation in many ways. It's wise to plan for Fall yard needs and is best to start sooner than later. During the warm days, your mind drifts outside and you rather enjoy your yard,… Continue reading Getting Your Yard Ready For Fall
Mediterranean Cultural Garden Flair
When we were looking for the house for our relocation, somehow specific house properties and their landscapes stood out to me more than others. Even now, one of my favorite house gardens is saved on my desktop and I peak at it from time to time. Gravitating towards Mediterranean gardening beats all other contenders in… Continue reading Mediterranean Cultural Garden Flair
1 Years Old Baby Blog
It's our anniversary, dearest friends. A Year has passed and I couldn't be happier "coming out", oh it was so scary, and receiving so much love, support, encouragement and friendship all over the world. My own personal relationships had to be reevaluated, after meeting so many wonderful, diverse souls here, in the Blogging community. I… Continue reading 1 Years Old Baby Blog
3 Cool Trinkets To Add To Your Garden
The garden is an extension of my home, but moreover its an extension of my soul. This Sunday mission was as simple, as it gets: pull Summer weeds. If you could only see the rude invasion of the unwanted seedlings. I called my son to help me with this task. Let's say it took an offer… Continue reading 3 Cool Trinkets To Add To Your Garden
A Moment of Serenity
This idea came to me in a dream – MGM- Monday feature - a one minute segment about what is cooking in the garden 🙂 🌱 Take 30 seconds to observe these Wild Sand Cranes. Living in the now, absorbing the current moment, pays attention to the present. It is admirable how dedicated and protective this Wild… Continue reading A Moment of Serenity
Garden Lessons From Public Parks
Thanks to community efforts, many city centers and towns have amazing outdoor parks. Some are basic green spaces, while others take the gardening game to new levels. They have daily gardeners, sprinkler systems, volunteers and pristine flowerbeds. Areas like these inspire visitors and plant lovers to create such eye pleasing beauty in their own homes.… Continue reading Garden Lessons From Public Parks
Happy Birthday, Doggy Zoe 🐾🐾🐾
Happy 2nd Birthday our Do-No-Wrong Zoe Pooch 🐾🐕🐾 The moment Zoe entered our lives, my web surfing for various dog images discontinued. This lovely soul of a dog enriches our lives and make it brighter every single day. We laugh and play with our Aussies, but the way Zoe adds multifaceted caleidoscope of color to… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Doggy Zoe 🐾🐾🐾
Purposeful Hand Use Increases Satisfaction. For Plants And Beyond.
This is a guest post by Mike at READ AFTER BURNOUT. It is an honor to be mentioned and offered such valuable information. I enjoyed reading this article since it encompasses psychology, human nature decoding, personal experiences; moreover the reason for gardening, cooking, and all the other hands-on craft on activities. Mike's post shed a bright… Continue reading Purposeful Hand Use Increases Satisfaction. For Plants And Beyond.
Be a Rainbaw in Someone Elses Cloud 🌈🌥🌈
~ Maya Angelou This idea came to me in a dream – MGM- Monday feature - a one minute segment about what is cooking in the garden 🙂 🌱 Nature gifted this double beauty very early in the morning, illuminating our green front yard. Passing it forward to all my friends and wishing you an amazing start… Continue reading Be a Rainbaw in Someone Elses Cloud 🌈🌥🌈
Typing with tears in my eyes. Proof that Plants are intelligent beings and respond to our intentions and energy. This Plant experience is phenomenal, emotional and no words needed. Just listen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZaokNmQ4eY My heart is full of confirmation what I innately felt all along and gratitude to be a part of this Plant Kingdom. Wouldn't… Continue reading Singing Plants
These Common Pests Will Ruin Your Garden
Maintaining a productive garden is challenging, especially when pests come around. They affect your harvest, hard work and efforts. If you don't catch them in time, the damage could be too disappointing. Here are a few of the most common ones to be wary of in your backyard: Slugs/Snails Slugs and snails are both unwanted pests… Continue reading These Common Pests Will Ruin Your Garden
Who can relate?
Friday Fun Day. This local sign made me laugh. Can you find yourself in this? Until next time and have a Fun Friday, full of laughter. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 The image listed here belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com
Fiesta Hibiscus 🌺
Finally, this tropical Fiesta Hibiscus beauty is enhancing our front yard. A sensational tropical shrub with large, exotic, color-changing blooms. The showy flowers have bright orange petals with crinkled edges and quickly change after opening, developing softer golden margins, and a white center with a blush-red eye. Well-suited to use as a hedge, screen, or… Continue reading Fiesta Hibiscus 🌺