When you give the gift of garden design, you give a gift that keeps on giving. For generations! Check your email, as all of the information for this gift will be sent there within 24 hours! Thank you again for your purchase! I look forward to dreaming and growing in the new year!
If you don’t want to add tulips to your backyard garden, I am not sure if we can be friends. I am just kidding, but I really, really, really want you to give tulips a try this season. I learned the trick to growing tulips about 5 or 6 years ago from a gardener friendContinue reading “Make Room For Tulips In Your Wild Child Garden”
This is the season of thanksgiving, and we have everything we need to cultivate gratitude and share it with those we love right where we are. The garden is a place where our senses are awakened, our minds are freed, and our stress is relieved. It is a place where we can meditate, dream, andContinue reading “Cultivating Gratitude In The Garden”
In the cool season garden, the pests that will be most likely to drive you crazy are worms, slugs, critters that visit for a midnight snack, and the weather. Today, I am going to show you how to get a plan to deal with them all. This is a season of low pest pressure, butContinue reading “4 Cool Season Pests To Watch For”
Strawberries are so much fun and will give your family memories for years. Strawberries are perennials in South Louisiana, so plant them this year for a good harvest. And leave them in the garden for great harvests in the following years. Strawberries can be left in the garden for up to 4 or 5 yearsContinue reading “Growing Strawberries in the Wild Child Garden”
Soil is the foundation of the garden symphony, a good plan is the cornerstone, and succession planting is the heart. The benefits of creating an environment where plants can thrive are multiplied exponentially with succession planting. A well laid plan and nutrient rich soil allow us to have a garden that never stops producing. YearContinue reading “Succession Planting: The Heart of the Garden Symphony”
Nurture the garden this month, and in turn it will nurture you right back. Then, you can nurture others. It is a beautiful harmony and the most fulfilling part of backyard gardening. Gardening brings out the best in people, and with the fruit of your labor, you can change the world. Bring over some herbs,Continue reading “Nurture Others With Your Garden”
Giving up on a garden plant is easier said than done, but at this point in the growing season, there may be cause to let go of something in order to enjoy something better. What Might Not Be Working In The Summer Garden Potatoes, lettuce, greens, strawberries, and other cool season veggies are just doneContinue reading “Letting Go of What Isn’t Working Anymore”