Designer’s Challenge: Pond Planting

Designer’s Challenge: Pond Planting

Gardening is not a static thing but always evolving and changing. Sometimes aspects of the garden present themselves as challenges when least expected. Often planning and planting go hand in hand but situations change and the plan needs to be improved upon. My Koi... read more
Hosta Rant

Hosta Rant

When I get a chance I love to travel, mostly following my kids around in their life adventures. Last week found me in Michigan and I became a little crazed while walking down the street. This is not all that unusual but can be embarrassing for the grandkids. They... read more
July 4th Garden – Revisited

July 4th Garden – Revisited

If you have been following the blog for the past year you will remember my post from last July (4th of July Garden). I had just moved into my new place the middle of June and could not imagine life without a Veg garden. So, I made one out of recycled concrete forms... read more

Growing Food

 

Thinking about growing your own food?  Click here to see how the Plantswoman, Susan Calhoun, does it with style.

 

Design Challenge

 

Do you ever wonder how a landscape designer handles problematic landscapes?  Click here to see how the Plantswoman solves her biggest landscaping headaches.

 

Garden Critters

 

Everyone should think about the critters in their garden.  Click here for more information on how the Plantswoman has integrated helpful garden critters into her own garden.

 

Garden Skills

 

Ever wonder how the pro’s tackle their landscaping projects?  Click here and follow along as the Plantswoman takes you step-by-step through some not so common projects.

 

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