Category Archives: Gardens

A Weekend Divided

Matt took Gage and Cooper on a “Men’s Weekend” trip to Moses Lake, Washington for a big, annual 3-DView full post »

Container Gardening

One of my favorite aspects of gardening each year is creating my container gardens.  I use the same containers eachView full post »

What’s Blooming (Early Summer 2015)

Summer has come early this year!  The weather has definitely pushed plants in my gardens to bloom earlier than theyView full post »

In Goes a DIY Gravel Garden Path

It’s been Project Central around here.  I shared Project #1 – the DIY Trellis – the other day andView full post »

Gardening 101 (from my Gardening Mistakes)

I love sharing my mistakes and mess-ups with you.  From photography to parenting to homeschooling and to gardeningView full post »

DIY Garden Trellis {My Mother’s Day Gift}

There is a wall in my backyard that has needed a little somethin’ somethin’.  Why it took this long in myView full post »

My Garden Tour {Garden Journal, Spring 2015}

One of my most favorite things to do right now is flip through the pages of my collection of garden magazines and soakView full post »

What’s Blooming {Garden Journal – Spring 2015}

As I wandered around my gardens the other day I thought how nice it would be to have documentation of what is currentlyView full post »

I’d Rather Grab my Clippers than My Camera …

I’m understanding why God gives us longer days this time of year.  Its so us gardeners can still fit everythingView full post »

Summertime … Some Things Will Never Change.

Summer is looking a touch different for us this year, with school spreading throughout, but some things about SummerView full post »

Details From My Gardens {And my New Definition of Productive}

The event that lead of one of the boys needing stitches happened while they were outside and I was inside, gettingView full post »

Escaping to My Garden {And Learning a Bit about Life}

I really never want to leave my house for extended periods of time from Spring up until the first Frost.  I don’tView full post »