NEWS

  • A little time off…

    As of this writing, I’ve been off for a little over 3 weeks due to the Covid-19 outbreak. My real job is a hairstylist and apparently the powers that be view that as “non-essential”….although my clients may disagree! The positive? I finally have focused time to start blogging again and share my passion for making […]

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  • Ohio Native Plant Month!

    The Governor has declared April Ohio Native Plant Month, which I think is really cool! This will be Ohio’s first Native Plant Month, along with the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. With the legislation, the state of Ohio became one of the first states in the country to designate one month each year to recognize […]

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  • Time to Really Learn About Gardening

    It’s February 1, 2018 and I’m on a mission.  My mission should be getting to bed, but not before I implore you to do one thing:  jot down your gardening goals for this year and start researching them THIS WEEKEND.  Year after year, for me, February 1 turns into May 1 in like, a millisecond […]

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  • Backyard Tour Part 4

    I lied in the video, 😂, this is PART 4 of my yard tour! What can I say, there’s a lot to cover! Grab a beer, a 🍷 or a soda ….here we go!

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  • Jelly Melon Review

    So, I grew myself some Jelly Melons!  What are those, you ask?  Well I’ve made a little video just for that question :

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  • Backyard Tour Part 3

    For your viewing pleasure, I present to you the 3rd (of 5) leg of my yard tour.

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  • The New Suburban Yard Model

    Okay, so I hope this will be the new model for yards in the suburbs!  This is the first of maybe 5 (?) videos of my yard, as requested by a few friends and family, much to my delight!  When I share what I’ve done over the last several years to our yard, it’s not […]

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  • Do What Makes You Happy

                      It’s going to be a hot and steamy day today here in Columbus, Ohio. The projected temperature is supposed to hover around 91 with a decent dose of humidity.  I thought this would be a great morning to head over to the Scioto River and go […]

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  • A Bevy of Birds

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  • What to do About Transplant Shock

    As I’ve been moving and shaking things up in my yard, I decided to move my Golden Elderberry to a better spot.  I stayed a good distance out from the base of the bush so I could try to get most of the main roots and was shocked that the roots weren’t a little more […]

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