I saw this on Hometalk: The original post was on 3 Peppers. One important thing that wasn't mentioned is lack of drainage. Clearly punching hole in the bottom of these cute pails will result in cute puddles of mud on the windowsill and floor, so I recommend not doing that. The author added rocks... Continue Reading →
Mosquito Prevention--5 Things I don't get a lot of mosquitos where I live, in fact, several of my windows don't even have screens on them. But I hate a mosquito bite as much as the next person, so I was interested in a recent article about mosquito-repellant plants. Preventing an invasion, tho', starts with knowing... Continue Reading →
Child friendly Garden Design Yesterday I was out recruiting clients and a homeowner asked me if I could design something that would be suitable for her kids. Bien Sur! I said--easiest thing ever. All you have to do is think of the things that kids love to do, and make sure your yard has that. What... Continue Reading →
Pretty soon I'll start writing again, but for now I'll just post this link from Doug Green's Garden, explaining what to do with this common tomato problem.
I've been fully occupied with a lot of other non-blog related things lately, so I've failed miserably to keep writing garden-design posts. Here's a temporary consolation: Linsey Pollak at TEDx Sydney.