“Online plant coops offer a cost-effective way to get your hands on the hottest new introductions as SOON as they are available.”
“Creating a succulent topiary, wreath, or wall hanging is a reasonably simple process though patience is needed!”
I have followed VegeNag’s blog for awhile now and I’m thrilled that Alex (AKA: VegeNag) has agreed to post over here as our vegetable gardening guru! As the vegetable gardening season will soon be upon us, look for some posts from Alex that will help you get started growing a tasty garden! Alex spent several years learning (sometimes Continue…
“I know what you’re thinking– why in the world would I want tacky plastic edging? Well, because it’s only tacky if it is improperly installed, and it is almost ALWAYS improperly installed!”
“However, one of the plants I most envy are Agaves. And that is actually good news because they can be grown successfully in Utah if you employ a few garden tricks.”
The ‘Landscape Island’ is rarely a good design choice. A peninsula is a MUCH better option!
In total, it took me more 20 hours of sketching, inking, copying, and color rendering BY HAND to complete the color production of the design (I am old school).
Parkstrips offer up a low-risk way to try out waterwise plants.
“Obviously determining and assigning botanical names is a complex operation beyond the needed knowledge of non-botanists. However, understanding the basic names will help you garden with more confidence and give you something to lord over others at cocktail parties! ”
The ferny yellow new foliage of ‘Isla Gold ‘Tansy contrasted with ‘African Sunset’ Sedum. I’m a bit of a lazy gardener. I think I sometimes prefer the IDEA of gardening over the actual ACT of gardening! Of course, I rationalize it by saying that I need to understand how the plant will perform WITHOUT exacting maintenance Continue…