Monthly Archives: June 2012
Let me help you…. THE AILANTHUS WEBWORM
Gooseberries and currants…What an excellent addition to our eatscape! INVICTA GOOSEBERRIES Ribes is a genus native to the Northern Hemisphere and includes the flowering shrubs of gooseberry and currant. There are some restrictions in some states regarding the planting of … Continue reading
Picking some of these red beauties for breakfast on a hot summer day…good morning! Inspired? I hope so! Growing raspberries is not rocket science. If you want them, grow them! Here’s what I did. I found an area that gets … Continue reading
This morning, I was nosing around outside as I often do. I was wondering if the gardens were too heavy with herbs and insectary and nectary plants, if there were too many gooseberries and alpine strawberries, if there was too … Continue reading
RED ONE BLACK ONE SPECKLED ONE WHITE ONE UPDATE: Name change under consideration: “Black One” to “Stella Loo-oo-oo-oo…” Thank you, Kayla!
Visions of tall, lush plants full of ripe, voluptuous fruit requiring capable and considerate support can be an irresistable lure to the creative act of building trellises. Yet, admittedly, I have gotten behind and the job becomes a little more … Continue reading
Michelle completed her documentary video for Meei-Ling’s “Deep Roots” outdoor exhibition! You can find back stories for “Deep Roots” here and here.