Happy fall everyone! Are you in the mood for pumpkins??? If so then this is the post for you! On Friday I had a day off from teaching so I woke up early to do a little junkin.’ On my way to my favorite Habitat Restore I drove past Hatcher’s Greenhouse… and it was like being in a fall dream! I couldn’t believe what I was seeing through the fence…pumpkins and mums and pansies for days! Read more
Do you love the idea of growing house plants, but suffer from a “black thumb?” Do want to use plants to add color and style to your home? Then try out some trendy succulents! Succulents are some of the easiest and most efficient plants you can use to add style and color to your home while working on improving your gardening or design skills. If you don’t want to fool with growing plants at all but you love the look of succulents, the good news is that there are some amazing faux succulents on the market today. Read on for three ideas for decorating with succulents, live or faux. *This post contains collaborative links. Read more
Hello friends! A while back I shared some suggestions on how to decorate your home with beautiful and easy care indoor plants into French Country, farmhouse or cottage style homes. It has been such a popular post since everyone is really loving houseplants right now. I have always loved how just little bit of green can liven up a room. While indoor plants are often used solely for aesthetic purposes, today I also be talking more about the actual benefits of growing plants indoors. Here are Five Reasons to Embrace Indoor Plants. *This post contains affiliate links and/or sponsored links.
While indoor plants are often used solely for aesthetic purposes, today I also be talking more about the actual benefits of growing plants indoors. Here are Five Reasons to Embrace Indoor Plants. *This post contains affiliate links.Read more
Gardening is relaxing, but it can also be a high-maintenance activity. Nothing is worse than spending weeks nurturing seedlings only to have them dampen off, or to lose late summer plants to an early frost. Furthermore garden pests often eat up edible plants before you have a chance to enjoy them! Depending on the type of plants you are wanting to grow, the time of year and your gardening zone, it is possible that a greenhouse could be a solution to many gardening issues. *This post contains collaborative links.Read more