Tag: joy of gardening

10 Great Blossoms of Gardening Wisdom

10 Great Blossoms of Gardening Wisdom

My favorite thing about being a part of this community is the shared gardening wisdom. Today's piece, "10 Things I Learned from Gardening" is a fun and quirky list of  
The Joy of Indeterminate Cherry Tomatoes

The Joy of Indeterminate Cherry Tomatoes

Today's story reminds me of one cherry-tomato-heavy Summer: the indeterminate cherry tomatoes just wouldn't die. I had never seen anything like it. The cherry tomatoes were practically begging to be picked,  
Saving Seeds for Generations

Saving Seeds for Generations

I once read an article that said you can start saving seeds today that will supply your children's gardens. I never used to be up for saving seeds, but one  
A Garden of Friends

A Garden of Friends

I have not always had what I call a "garden of friends." Gardening friends that is. But today's piece reminded me of a recent encounter that led to a new  
The Warmth of Garden Love

The Warmth of Garden Love

I’ve been gardening for as long as I can remember. It’s a tradition in my family—everyone pitches in, whether it’s planting seeds or weeding the rows. My grandparents did it  
To Grow Moss, or to Kill it?

To Grow Moss, or to Kill it?

Today's story, "Too Much Moss" gave me a chuckle because it's so relevant to me right now. I have been trying to grow moss in my flower garden for years