#FlowerGarden #ContainerGarden #Daylilies #Daylily #GardeningMadeEasy Love beautiful flowers but in interested in the work or expense of using a flower bed? I have just the solution for you! Check out this video to see how I easily redesigned the look along the back fence of my backyard garden. I love daylilies, so why not create […]
Preparing the ground for planting and getting rid of difficult weeds like stinging nettles can be easy with a simple covering and some time. Today we look at an area that has become overgrown with weeds and show you how to clear persistent weeds from your garden. This easy way to prepare soil for planting […]
A view of my garden featuring it’s different angle, during the summer, fall and winter. I love strolling in my garden, rain or shine 😍, and I hope you will too, through this short video ( photos of the garden compiled together).
#gardening #stayhome #vegetablegardening List below…Today’s live stream is about perennial vegetables and plants that thrive in the shade. I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching! Misilla Perennial Crops: 1. Purple Tree Collard 2. Merritt Collard 3. Jerusalem Artichoke 4. Sorrel 5. Bunching Onions 6. Chives 7. Walking Onions 8. Sea Kale (Carmbe Maritima […]
July rains make this the ideal month to plant perennials in the garden. Students learn how to design for a continual four season bloom. Notable mentions will be our local native bloomers.
Please come and join me in another walk through my garden. I am very happy that I have spent years creating my perennial flower gardens, as annual plantings take too much work & time. Now that I am older I do mostly grooming in the gardens, which is far less HEAVY work than planting. Perennials […]
You can read the blog post PRUNING PERENNIAL SALVIAS that goes with this video here: In this post, I share with how to prune woody & deciduous herbaceous Salvias. Salvias are popular all over the world over. I’ve seen them growing in England, the Canary Islands, Mexico and in many different places here in the […]
About 3 years ago I started deadheading wildflowers and mowing the seeds into my lawn. I mowed around the volunteers to help them thrive. Now, a sizable portion of my lawn is covered with native perennials, and I haven’t dug out any turf? One by one, I hope to start removing sprinkler heads.