I get asked a lot how to start a garden. Here’s my succinct answer.
Tips for Vegetable Gardening in High Elevations I have FIVE rules of gardening: 1. Grow plants you love. 2. Size your garden to fit your resources. 3. Give back to the soil. 4. Share what you receive (whether produce, knowledge, or etcetera). 5. Make it joyful. I also have FIVE, main tips for successful gardens: […]
Combat Covid-19 Blues with Container Gardening I. Why use containers? Ease of use, can plant earlier if move in or cover on cold nights, any one can grow this way, no matter how little space, light, or cash you have. II. The Basics of a Well-designed Container Garden A. Materials: 1. A clean container, anything if […]
I always start seeds too soon, but if it makes me happy, is it so bad? I discuss it in this month’s AZ Daily Sun article.
In my most recent AZ Daily Sun column, I recruited my husband to write it with me. (Really, I had to write it while he did the dishes because I couldn’t get him to sit still long enough to put words on paper.)
Last May, Steve and I went on an unforgettable trip through England and Wales. One of my favorite places we visited was the Chelsea Physic Garden in London. Here’s my latest garden column about that lovely place. (And some gorgeous pictures too.)
Don’t panic–your garden is still there in fall and winter. (Latest article didn’t have a single change–nice of them!)
I truly believe every little bit we do to keep our food as close to home as possible makes a difference! Here are some easy ones to help you be successful.
One of the beauties of being a gardener is meeting other gardeners. Here’s an article about some great gardeners/farmers doing some good things at the Museum of Northern Arizona. One is my neighbor–a true woman of many talents!