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Upgrading your landscape, patio, or deck doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. Here are 15 budget-smart backyard ideas to help you love your yard more

by Kelly Roberson



50 Essential gardening tips and tricks you need to know

50 Essential gardening tips and tricks you need to know

I was just surfing the internet and read some articles I would like to share with those interesting in digging into their soil and bringing some beauty to the season we know as Spring.

Just remember to know where the sun hits and where it doesn’t and plant according to the need of each plant. There are obviously plants that need more sun light than others. There are also plants that although they need to grow outdoors, they don’t need much sunlight at all. Know your plants needs and you will see just how beautiful your garden can be. Happy Planting!

1. 26 Garden Trends for 2015

Bold color makes gazania ‘New Day Rose Stripe’ a great choice for any garden.

'New Day Rose Stripe' Gazania

2. Kitchen Gardening 101: How to Grow Your Own Food

3. Hot Plants for 2015

Every spring plant companies roll out their new plants, flowers and edibles for retailers and the press. Find out what you need to put on your 2015 shopping list.

4. If you have no idea where or how to start your Garden, check out the Happy Dancing Turtle and as they say..Grow Green

Just for fun…Check out the 15 Gardens We Want To Escape To

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Oh, the peace I still find in my garden

I wake in the morning to gaze upon my garden

The peace I’ve always felt still remains

No matter the pain from what ails me

A glance at my garden soothes me

I think of all I’ve done and what still needs to be done

My tosses about plans and ideas

There’s such an excitement that comes with each thought

Sometimes tattered and torn from the harsh cold winter

Sometimes wilting from the heat of the sun

But when all is right and the sun isn’t choking the life out of my flowers

What you see in my garden brings a certain calmness

A peace and serenity that is desired by all

It’s the way I like to both start and end my day

Oh, how I just love the peace found in my garden

Copyright 2014 Oh, the peace I still find in my garden© Felina Silver Robinson

1. Our Year of Extremes: Did Climate Change Just Hit Home?

Image: The village of Ilulissat is seen near the icebergs in Greenland

2. Is there Atrazine in your drinking water?

Is there Atrazine in your drinking water?

3. Fish affected by a legacy of pollution

Andrea Carey dribbles herring eggs onto a piece of plastic mesh held by Jim West to launch an experiment in Port Gamble Bay. The two biologists placed the fertilized eggs into the bay, where growth abnormalities could signal the presence of toxic chemicals.  (MEEGAN M. REID / KITSAP SUN)

4. Newbie Urban Gardeners May Not Be Aware Of Soil’s Dirty Legacy

Graze the Roof is a community-produced garden that grows vegetables on the rooftop of a church in San Francisco.

5. IFED’s $2b Gulf irrigation proposal triggers debate in northern Queensland

6. Trib investigation reveals gaping holes in water oversight


07/19/2013 — Leave a comment

Each petal of each flower opens their arms waiting

Waiting for the bee to come and take their sweet sap and run

Waiting for the sun to shine to help them grow stronger

Waiting for the water to fall to quench their deep thirst

Waiting for the night to fall so they can rest their petals til the next morn.