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  • Starting Tomatoes and Peppers, Already??!

    Hi Lovelies, This is it – the first step I’m taking to get back into the rhythm of blogging on the regular. With that said, I’ve definitely failed. So, being totally honest, I had every single intention of making this a full-on detail oriented blog post. But, guess who completely forgot to take ANY pictures…. That’s right. I completely forgot. If it’s any consolation (probably not), there is a somewhat detailed video below that you can check out if you’re absolutely new to gardening and to starting tomato and pepper seeds for the first time. Though I will admit that the details of this blog post were kind of a…

  • 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…

  • Growing Pro Cut Brilliance Sunflowers

    Hi Lovelies, So, I won’t lie – I’m starting to really enjoy writing these posts, and somehow they’ve managed to morph into reviews. I personally like the direction that I’ve taken because I know I like to extensively investigate anything that I plan to grow, and one aspect of that is seeing what other gardeners with real-life experience have to say about the varieties I’m trying. Obviously, conditions will vary from year to year, but it’s good to know at least a baseline of you may expect during the growing season. Another reason I do so much “Googling” when I’m planning the garden is because I don’t trust seed catalogs.…