Watch: A Greenhouse is a Dreamhouse

Watch: A Greenhouse is a Dreamhouse

I help gardeners grow& beginners blossom. No seed left behind,no soil unturned. Together we can have lots of fun growinggreat gardens using simple practical tips. - Featured in - These tips will help you grow the "CLEANEST", strongest and most productive vegetable...
Watch: How to Attract Beneficial Bugs

Watch: How to Attract Beneficial Bugs

I help gardeners grow& beginners blossom. No seed left behind,no soil unturned. Together we can have lots of fun growinggreat gardens using simple practical tips. - Featured in - These tips will help you grow the "CLEANEST", strongest and most productive vegetable...
Write it Down! – Little Jobs in the Garden

Write it Down! – Little Jobs in the Garden

Do you journal about your garden? Do you know want to be entertained and learn from your own garden efforts? Of course you do. That is why Donna Balzer wrote the Three Year Gardener’s Gratitude Journal: Part Diary, Part Personal Growing Guide. This guide is packed with fun tidbits and garden information as well as garden stories. Donna shows you how to use it in your garden.
If it is little jobs for little people you are excited about sharing then watch the second half when Donna works with her grandkids in the garden. Tips for getting kids involved? Just do it yourself and they will follow and the messier the better.

Shrubs With Blooms: Attract Pollinators

Shrubs With Blooms: Attract Pollinators

Yes we all love early blooming alpine flowers and summer-long showy annuals. But sometimes it is the humble shrub that wins praise with its fantastic blooms and ability to welcome the world of pollinators. When I walked outside and saw my ninebark ( Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Tiny Wine’) in bloom I was surprised by the range and number of bees attracted to the flowers.

Soil Research: Improve Your Soil, Improve Our World

Soil Research: Improve Your Soil, Improve Our World

Soil Research shows improving Your Garden Soil by adding organic matter improves the world by reducing climate change. New York Times writer Kendra Pierre-Louis says soil research shows ordinary back yards are more likely to reduce climate change over parks. This isn’t the first time I have heard of gardeners saving the world one back yard at a time….”Terra Pretta: How the World’s Most Fertile Soil Can Help Reverse Climate Change” impressed me last year. Adding Biochar is one way to permanently boost carbon in the soil and take carbon out of the air.