Retro-Fit Garden Rooms "The way you view a garden is basically the route your eyes take as you look at it. If you try to take in the whole garden with one glance, chances are it’s going to be quite boring. Ideally, you want to be able to go from one point of interest to... Continue Reading →
Male Rufous Hummingbird. I think he's trying to get some swinging action going here. Male Anna's Hummingbird. Lots of lip-licking!
Observing the Smallest Details
One of the things I love most about gardening is observing the smallest details, especially early in the growing season. So here's what I've been observing in the last few days:
FYI, I will NEVER prune your trees and shrubs like this:
5 Tips for Tree Planting
More About Trees Since I posted a few days ago about planting trees this year, I'm reminded about how easy it is to plant a tree badly (and how easy to not do the wrong things and do the right things instead!). I've written about this before, and another here, but from a slightly different viewpoint,... Continue Reading →