Johnny-Jump-Ups Are Actually Pretty Adorable – Growing Violas

When I planted johnny-jump-ups last season, I wasn’t exactly sold on the idea that I would like them. In general, I tend to always gravitate towards things that are big and showy. However, I bought them in hopes that they would reward me with even more early season color. For me, winter is a really…

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Growing Bachelor’s Buttons from Seed – Hardy Annual Flower Favorites

Bachelor’s buttons will always be among one of my top five absolute favorite flowers. Now, I do realize that might sound a little odd. The plants don’t exactly have the show-stopping power of the likes of hydrangeas or roses – so what makes them so special? They’re easy! That’s right, bachelor buttons were among the…

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Growing Chamomile from Seed: Gardening for Beginners – Growing Flowers from Seed – Cut Flower Farm

One of the really cool things about something like keeping a blog is that you don’t have to be organized. I mean, you kind of need to be organized – you have to plan ahead in regards to what pictures and video clips you absolutely need to take to actually publish some type of content.…

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Chrysanthemum Cuttings in the Mail! Thanks King’s Mums!

One of my favorite things about gardening is ordering various goodies in the mail. Now, it’s not that I just love shopping or anything like that – I simply love when a little package full of flowery potential shows up to my door. In most cases, I’ll make a bulb or plant order while I’m…

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Winter Sowing Results Pt. 2 + Garden Update – Week 2 – April 2018

Finally! We finally had two days – count them, TWO – of beautiful weather. I’ll admit, I was beginning to lose patience and faith in the fact that I would ever be able to finally transplant my snapdragons and lettuce into the garden – but I got it done! Hooray! Just wanted to quickly check…

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Favorite Flowers for Beginners – Growing Flowers from Seed

As a habit, I often browse tons of different gardening forums. I think I started doing it when I was bored one day, and the habit just kind of stayed with me. These days, I usually try to take a mental note of the common questions that are being asked. This week, there was definitely…

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You Don’t Have To Be Perfect – Just Be You.

This is a post I’ve been wanting to make for quite some time, but I wasn’t so sure how to tackle it. I get a plethora of wonderful comments across my social media accounts these days. After focusing my attention to blogging/video making for three years (it’s my three year YouTube anniversary today), I definitely…

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Flower Garden Update – Week One – April 2018

I’ve always wanted to make weekly updates, but I’ll admit, I always forget about them and fail to keep up with progress. Now that I’m actively trying to get into a better blogging routine, I’ll hopefully be able to maintain a better schedule. Let’s see what’s going on in the garden this week, shall we?…

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Buy My Soap! (Pretty Please?)

Okay, so I’m fairly certain that I’ve mentioned it here before – but I love making soap. Soaping was definitely one of those hobbies I adopted a few years back when I was going through my “homesteading” phase. I call it a “phase” because, well, I’m still here living in the middle of the city.…

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Winter Sowing Results Pt 2 – Cut Flower and Vegetable Seedlings

If you’ve been following my YouTube channel at all, you know that I’m completely obsessed with winter sowing. I mean, seriously, I talk about it all the time. I’m almost finished with winter sowing for the season, and I’m so happy to show you all what some of my bottles of seedlings currently look like.…

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