Tag: Summer Gardening

Ember Wave Western Arborvitea | Late Summer

Ember Waves Western Arborvitae Review

This was my fifth year enjoying the amazing Ember Waves Western Arborvitae in my home garden. In this post I share a few images and video featuring this beautiful shrub at the end of summer.  I hope you scroll down and check out what I personally have to share about this shrub. Ember Waves Western

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canna and succulent container

Canna and Succulent Container Planting

In this post I share one of my latest creations using canna and succulent in container.  This is a fun and easy way to enjoy vibrant color with little to no work!  Basically plant and do during the early summer months and enjoy until its time to harvest before late frost. Canna and Succulent Container

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Mass Planting of Russian Sage

Russian Sage Pollinator Friendly In Home Gardens

In this post I share videos featuring Russian Sage in my home garden.  The video features two things I absolutely love – Bees and Perennials in my Ohio Garden!  Start out with my vlog featuring 2 varieties growing in my landscape.  I hope you will take a look below. Vlog Review From My Garden Check

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Wet and Weedy Garden Walk

Weedy and Wet Garden Walk

In this post I share a video featuring my weedy and wet garden walk.  It just keeps on raining in my home garden this week.  The light at certain times is just magical in this video feature. Weedy and Wet Garden Walk Video Something about walking in the garden after it rains.  In this video

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Blooming Now in My Garden June

Blooming Now On A June Garden Walk

Previous Next In this post I share a video featuring what is Blooming Now on A June Garden Walk.  Check out the video and a few photos feature in this article. Blooming Now on A June Garden Walk Video It is always so much fun to do a walk about the garden.  In this video

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My Pink Hollyhock Grown From Seed

How to Grow and Care for Hollyhocks

Hollyhock is a plant I am sure everyone who has visited a country garden has experienced. In this post I share the Hollyhock in my garden and easy ways to grow your own. Along The House When we first moved into our home in the country I was very excited to see that hollyhocks were

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Blue Petunia and Spider Plant

Blue Petunia Blooms Pop

In this post I share a quick video featuring a few of my Blue Petunia Blooms that Pop at Night.  Check out the images and growing tips below. Petunia Pop in Night Landscape When the sunsets and the moon lights up the landscape (along with a few solar lights) a new garden look arrives.  In

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Delphiniums in Restaurant Garden

My Experience with Growing Delphiniums

It is common for me to bring home plants that I had no idea how to keep happy. The foilage looks so green or the flower was just too pretty to pass up.  Most of the time the price is hard to refuse!  In this post, I share a few tips and tricks on growing

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Tomato Stuffed with Tuna Melt Recipe

Tomato Tuna Melt Recipe

It’s that time a year again where I have tomatoes of every size and flavor from my home garden.  I am always looking for delicious recipes to create using these fresh homegrown fruits.  Today I found a yummy tuna melt in tomato recipe I decided to make my own way.  In this post, share with you

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red sneezeweed in late summer blooming

Sneezeweed Mariachi Ranchera Helenium Perennial

In this post, I share the Sneezeweed Mariachi Ranchera Helenium Perennial.  The plant that is wonderful for all home gardens and I list all the reasons why I recommend it! Sneezeweed Mariachi Ranchera Helenium Perennial In the video featured on this post, I share how I couldn’t remember the name of the plant.  In fact,

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Jalapeno and Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Jalapeno Cauliflower Soup Recipe

In this post, I share a flavorful and filling Jalapeno Cauliflower Soup recipe you can enjoy year-round.  Pick a day in the summer when the veggies are fresh to cook this one up.  You can even use your Electric Pressure Cooker or Instant Pot for this recipe. The recipe you see on this post uses

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