I’ve wanted to make a Grapevine Wreath for a gazillion years, but for some reason, suspected it would be an intensive process that required years of foraging knowledge, a hiking expedition up Everest, a chainsaw, full body armour, and a baby pool. Oddly, none of those things are necessary. As it turns out, … Read moreGrapevine Wreath DIY, Hot Farm Boy Optional
Deadheading Flowers: Grooming your garden It’s oft been said to me that being Queen of the Universe must be a terrribly difficult position to hold, what with all the responsibility. But I can assure you, it’s not all bad. You get a nice chair. And your minions take care of all the mindless, exhausting … Read moreDeadheading Flowers: Off With Their Heads!
Lost in the dreary doldrum of winter, my eyes gaze out upon my dry, crunchy garden, brown silhouettes the only reminder of the once lush, invigorating kaleidoscope of life that filled those sturdy wooden boxes. Though only a few short months ago, it feels like eons since I’ve laid eyes on anything green. When fwaaaabaaaapppp! … Read moreHerb o’ the Month: My Preeeeciouuuus Carol Salad Burnet
Fall is in the air! Can ya smell it? Campfires, apples, crisp nights in comfy sweaters, and pumpkin everything! We grew our first set of jack be little pumpkins with seeds from a friend this year in the middle of our ridiculous wildflower patch. Shockingly, they’re actually not large enough to carve a house … Read moreFall! Fall! Fall! Fall! It’s Almost freakin’ Fall!
Butterfly drinking sugar waterButterflies. You thought I was gonna say roses didn’t chya? Well, in case you’ve never smelled a butterfly it’s a hint of sweet vanilla, and a bit of fresh watermelon with a musky sweet marjoram undertone. I know because yesterday I spent over an hour with one named Henrietta. You aren’t actually … Read moreRemember to Take Time to Stop & Smell the…