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Garden Trends 2013 : Forces of Nature

gardening 2013 trends forces of nature - presented by Gardening is where it all begins, and #GardenChat is a great way for me to connect with other people who love to garden, grow and green this world  The Monday night chats are always a great source of information but it goes by superfast!  The transcripts are saved online, but I wanted to make a bit […] Continue reading →

Shout Out from Social Media Guru

Fullscreen capture 632013 90123 AM Big THANK YOU for all the social media guru’s who share their expertize  with the garden world teaching and inspiring gardeners to learn more about sharing their world. One super special shout out was from Mari Smith captured by Chris Sabbarese  while attending #SMMW  <Social Media Event > that took place  in California this spring. Mari […] Continue reading →

Growing Up – @Outlawathome

wal11 This is a blog post by @Outlawathome that was published on her site 9/12/11 Today’s #gardenchat was hosted by the lovelies @susanlmorrison & @sweetrebecca, authors of the book Garden Up! I’ve been wanting to check out #gardenchat for a while and today’s topic: Vertical Gardening seemed apropriate.  This morning Cassiopeia and I chatted about @LifeOnTheBlcny‘s tutorial for a […] Continue reading →

Soil by @Outlawathome

berger bm6 This is blog post by : Outlaw@Home / 11/07/2011 Tonight’s #gardenchat, hosted by Courtney Tompkins was on the topic of soil health, and I’m so glad to see this topic covered, because as I’ve learned in class again and again and again: Soil is such a key part of growing!  We obviously can’t cover every aspect […] Continue reading →

Container Gardening

IMG_4740 Guest Post by Elena Williams Need a focal point in your garden or on the patio?  Container gardening is a solution that can easily change with the seasons. Just as some people like to move decorations around inside, it is also fun to have potted plants that can be featured when in bloom and moved […] Continue reading →