~ Gardening can be a relaxing hobby, but not everyone enjoys spending a lot of time digging, pruning, and making their outdoor beautiful. Thankfully, you do not need to turn into a garden expert to transform your backyard. Indeed, if you do not enjoy the idea of managing plants day after day, you can opt… Continue reading 3 Garden Ideas To Keep In Mind
~ If you do not have a garden outside, or if you simply want to adopt green living plants, it makes sense to create your very own indoor garden. To get you started, here are a few useful ideas. 1. Consider Plant Varieties What is your final goal when you envision home plants? Do you… Continue reading 4 Things To Consider When Creating An Indoor Garden
~Tarantula Cacti. Isn't this darling, fuzzy plant fun? Tarantula cactus is a perfect plant for a beginning gardener, with ease of care and undemanding nature. In spring, the plant will yield salmon-colored flowers with rayed petals. This variety of cactus makes an eye-catching display in a hanging planter. Along with the spiny hairs, it also… Continue reading Happy Halloween and upcoming weekend to All
~ There are so many ways you can improve your back garden, lawn, yard, vegetable patch or patio, that you could completely forget about the very front face of your property. The front of the house welcomes visitors, including the owners, inviting them to feel safe, loved and secure. The curb appeal of the house… Continue reading Curious About Curb Appeal?
~ Container Gardening adds so much color to your house appeal and your soul. Here is an example of an older creeping jenny plant that was purchased in the local nursery. The roots are all tight up and bundled together. Unfortunately, if the plant is not sold in time, the roots intertwine inside its original… Continue reading Root Bound Porch Containers
~ Similar to its sister the pansy, viola stands up to cold weather as well as to heat. Pansy is a biennial grown a brightly colored edible flower. There are numerous varieties and perform best during the cool days of spring and fall, and will grow and flower all winter in USDA hardiness zones 8… Continue reading Edible Viola Flowers
~ Seasons change in most areas of the world and some homes have their plants hybernating throughout the Winter months. Whether you have small or large properties or living space, the gardening space tends to be limited in many cases. You might adore your house, but find the lack of outside space a little challenging,… Continue reading Beautify Your Yard In The Winter
When it comes to taking care or renovating your yard, the misconception is that it’s an incredibly costly and lengthy process. Hiring contractors, landscapers, buying materials and adding those finishing garden touches, expenses definitely seem to add up, right? However, if you are on a budget, but your yard is in need of some serious… Continue reading 6 Tips To Look After Your Yard On A Budget
~ "Colors are the smiles of Nature" ~ Leigh Hunt Feeling brave for the first time to share my working silhouette during this container gardening experience with my lovely blog friends. Local talented Doctor Ashley Heintz practices acupuncture out of her office, that I tried successfully last week for the first time and the porch… Continue reading Holiday Container Gardening
~ Colors are the smiles of nature. ~Leigh Hunt. Still going strong, this porch planter, full of happy plants and colors. 🌱🌸🌿🌸🌱 Happy Weekend to all!🌿🌷☀️ Have a wonderful, colorful and full of surprises weekend, my dear friends.✨ Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com🌿 The image here belongs to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com 🌱
~Tarantula Cacti. Isn't this darling, fuzzy plant fun? Tarantula cactus is a perfect plant for a beginning gardener, with ease of care and an undemanding nature. In spring, the plant will yield salmon colored flowers with rayed petals. This variety of cactus makes an eye-catching display in a hanging planter. Along with the spiny hairs,… Continue reading Happy Weekend to All
This is the best holiday present of all – So Very Happy to add a positive spin to the gardening vibes halfway around the world. I love Vero and Canito in the kitchen blog. Look at what Vero grew and this herb and tomato garden just made my day!
Have I told you that I have started with gardening when we moved to the house with the garden? My big thanks are going to Luda from Plants and Beyond who has brought me so much inspiration and still does!!! Thank you, Luda! ❤
Have a very green Holiday!
Until next time, dear friends.
Photographs listed here belong to Vero and Canito in the Kitchen Blog
Have I told you that I have started with gardening when we moved to house with garden? My big thanks are going to Luda from Plants and Beyond who has brought me so much inspiration and still does!!! Thank you, Luda! ❤
Our garden is not that big and I do not have anything fancy there, but it is nice and green 🙂 And as we have little one I thought it might be fun to plant something! First idea – tomatoes! My little monkey is tomato lover. But in a way, you would not believe it. He gives you everything just to have tomatoes. I guess I am very lucky mum as he loves vegetables in general. Biscuits or something sweet he barely eats and when he does and then sees tomato… ❤ Simply love!!! But to be honest, me and my husband, we are huge tomato lovers too…
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There’s nothing quite like relaxing, finding balance, and distressing in the garden, and a well constructed, maintained and decorated patio area will naturally take that joy to the next level. A vibrant patio area is just one of several standout features that the ultimate backyard should boast. Nonetheless, it is the one that will… Continue reading Outdoor Patio Ideas