I absolutely love the holidays, but there is something so refreshing about the start of a new year! It's crazy to me to think that in just a few short weeks I'll begin planting and prepping my beds for this year's garden! Today I'm sharing a look at the year ahead for my garden!Read More
With the crazy bouts of raining and flooding we had this year, a lot of my summer vegetables failed to produce as well as they have in past years! With a weak summer harvest season, I'm eagerly looking forward to Fall, and having a pumpkin patch is at the top of my Fall garden priorities!Read More
Anyone that knows Stella knows that she is a nature baby. She has loved being outdoors from the time she was born. I often say that she would live outside if I would let her!
Last spring, I planted a small crop of cherry tomatoes and carrots because I knew that they would be easy for her to pick. I never expected her to love them as much as she did. Her love for the garden made it that much more important to me to create a toddler friendly space this spring!Read More
An herb garden is a great way for a beginning gardener to get their feet wet! Herbs are relatively low maintenance, so they are a great option for someone who isn't quite ready for the full time relationship a vegetable garden can require. With most enjoying full sun and moderate water, they are perfect for those of us living in Texas!
Before you start your herb garden, there are a few things to consider:Read More