10 Herbs That Repel Garden Pests
If you want to enjoy your produce and avoid having pests invade and ruin your hard work, try planting these 10 herbs that repel garden pests!
raised garden: add pipe to hold hoops for bird netting or shade covers.
raised garden: add pipe to hold hoops for bird netting or shade covers. by tameranewman on Indulgy.com
He Started With Some Boxes, 60 Days Later, The Neighbors Could Not Believe What He Built
This homeowner observed his boring green lawn, and he started to ask himself, “so what’s the point?” Although it looked nice, it gave him no satisfaction. It was a lot of work to keep too.
Being There—Red Mill Farm Image Gallery - Cottages & Gardens
Jayne Bentzen unearths hidden treasures while guiding her Connecticut garden through rites of passage
Potager du Roi: from stinky pond to king’s kitchen
When Louis XIV decided in 1678 that he wanted a potager (kitchen garden) near his palace in Versailles, where he could bring visitors to admire the abundant produce, the site chosen was unpromising…
6 Legal Tips For Starting Your Farm Business - Hobby Farms
While you may be passionate for raising food and caring for the land, a savvy farm-business owner needs to keep legal obligations in check.
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Boxwood Swirls and Twirls Art
I tilled our vegetable garden today and it looks like a blank brown canvas. There is something about the smell of freshly tilled soil that jolts your gardening dreams into high gear. Something tells you that seeds or cuttings need to go into it.I have always wanted to look out a high window onto a knot garden. This week I'm going for it. My outdoor pots are all of a sudden barren since the frosts took the annuals. Now is when I poke cuttings down into them and wait to see how many take root…
Cut and Come Again Greens
Linda Vater is a self-taught garden designer and stylist based in Oklahoma City. She is obsessed with Boxwood and loves to topiary anything she can get her hands on. Follow Linda and her garden inspired life.