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  • March Week One Update

    Hi Lovelies, Brace yourselves! This post has a lot of pictures. Just a quick peek at  nearly everything that’s going on right now! Let’s all just hope that this warmer weather will keep on coming our way! Not pictured is the progress on the dahlia tubers that I’ve started for cuttings. The reason? Well, it looks like a GIANT FAILURE. More on that soon! Much love! Advertisements

  • Origin Stories

    Hi Lovelies, Origins – I’ve always been interested in them. Being from what most would consider the south, I’m quite accustomed to hearing phrases that you wouldn’t run into elsewhere. On occasion, I hit the ole’ Google machine and do a little searching for the things I hear. I realize this doesn’t sound like the most exciting thing in the world, but the dorky English-lover in me feels really satisfied at the results. Today, I thought that I would share the origin of my love of flowers – the very first arrangement that I ever gave anyone. A simple jar of flowers came about rather unexpectedly. I received a free package…

  • 5 Easy Annuals For Your First Cutting Garden

    Hi Lovelies, Well, folks. It’s not been a good morning. It’s still cold and rainy, and I woke to find that I’d somehow managed to chip my tooth in my sleep? Ugh. Oh well, Blog-tober must go on. As you may or may not know, my goal is to make a post somewhere on the blog everyday this month – so if you’ve missed the first two posts, feel free to browse around. Now, onto the good stuff. One thing that I hear on Instagram pretty frequently is that people seem to “dream” about fields of flowers and whatnot. The fact of the matter is, you don’t need a giant…

  • Once upon a time…

    Hi Lovelies, Once upon a time, there was a garden. It wasn’t the most beautiful garden in all the land, but it bountifully provided for those who lived in the castle. Okay, no, wait. I’m kidding. It wasn’t a castle. Not even close. Nope. Just a normal house, on a normal street, with some folks who were eager to improve their eating habits. The last vegetable garden to inhabit my backyard was about four years ago. At the time, I was very dedicated to growing my own food. I’ll admit that I wish I still had room for those wonderful veggies. One day, I’m sure that I will once again,…