"You can bury any number of headaches in a garden." ~ Charles Barnard, The Handkerchief Garden (1889) - Original Victorian Urban Food Grower
Encouraging City Food Gardens...In The 1800s! - Empress of Dirt
18 Pruning Tips curated by Sensible Gardening sensiblegardening...
Great Pruning Tips | SENSIBLE GARDENING AND LIVING
Postcards from the Attic: Inspired by IKEA! postcardsfromthea...
Postcards from the Attic: Inspired by IKEA!
Dean the Beekeeper keeps bees in top bar beehives and will be at #WatershedMarket. Instead of chemicals and antibiotics to combat parasites and diseases, he employs Natural Selection. Shipping bees in to the U.S. is a huge business. Most of them die in transit. How does this make sense? Bees are crucial to pollinating our food. Without them our crops will suffer. Honey Bee
We need bees
Echinacea 'Mellow Yellow' with Achillea and Grasses
In Detail: TCD-3338
Succulent garden and kitty hammock
just some pics.... - kim's page - desiretoinspire.net
Hollyhocks..it is really weird..just yesterday i was thinking of when i was young. living in orangeville, across from the back of the prison.. us kids would go the the wall and collect hollyhocks and make longdress ladies with the full bloom and heads with the buds...but i just found it coincidental to be thinking of that and then seein this pic today... Rose, Delight Manic, Cottage Gardens, Colors, Red Hollyhock, Children, Bricks, Flower, Full Bloom
Succulent centerpieces via http://haydenregina.com/planted?image#0?image#0 || Recreate this succulent wedding centerpiece with faux succulents from Afloral.com! Centerpieces Succulents, Table Displays, Colorful Succulents, Colorful Succulent Flowers, Table Decor Succulents, Succulent Centerpiece, Succulent Table Centerpieces, Wedding Centerpieces, Garden
Plant - Hayden Regina
Who says edible gardens can't be beautiful?
Constitution Island (Philipstown, NY) - The restored gardens of Anna Warner, who lived on the island from 1836 to 1915.
Garden Day at Constitution Island | In the GardenIn the Garden
Bundles of sticks topped with rocks...simple entry way