Decorating our home for spring and Easter using Blue Willow and items we already own.
//assets.pinterest.com/js/pinit.jsSo I pruned my blueberries a few weeks ago. Super Important. You will not believe how much blueberry production will increase if you've never pruned before. More branches and growth do NOT equal more blueberries. For more info on how to prune go HERE. If the plant is using all of its energy and nutrients [...]
//assets.pinterest.com/js/pinit.jsYay, Spring! If you missed my last post on my plans for my garden beds this summer, check it out HERE. Before I plant anything, I want to make sure that the soil is healthy for my plants. This will help them to produce the maximum amount of food and keep them disease resistant. Here [...]
//assets.pinterest.com/js/pinit.jsToday is the first day of Spring, so it's fitting that I post about my garden plans! I made these plans for myself, but I thought that I'd share them with you.Just to be clear, I am not a master gardener. I am average in my experience, but above average in my passion for growing [...]
The birds left a few blueberries for us to eat. We only have two bushes, so when we manage to actually get some ripe berries before the birds, I really try to use them wisely. I froze several small baggies for smoothies or for using in muffins. We ate a quart or so for snacking, and [...]
I really, really want to be good at gardening. The planting part is easy. Next when little plants germinate and poke their green heads out of the ground there is a huge feeling that something wonderful and amazing just happened. Then comes the growing part. Things happen then. Strange, gross, frustrating things.We have blueberry bushes. The [...]
There are many, many times where I have told y'all that a certain project is super easy. Or, perhaps I've said that "the hardest part was getting started." But there is one kind of project that frustrates me to no end. And yet, I keep going back. *sigh* In theory, I love gardening, and I'm [...]