It is impossible to believe that the calendar page flipped to September already! Hopefully, you have danced between the raindrops this summer and found plenty of time to swim, barbeque and of course, garden. Since September is usually a busy month, do some planning now and you’ll be sure to get it all accomplished.
Here's a helpful cheat sheet on how to cook vegetables a variety of different ways (thanks to domesticsuperhero.com). It's been a great help in the kitchen!
What’s the buzz? The sound of summer. Filling your garden with flowering plants that bees like is the perfect way to be a part of the cycle of nature. Bees are hardworking insects—pollinating our crops and flowers for us and feeding themselves and their community at the same time. And, don’t forget the honey—one of nature’s simplest pleasures.
When I worked in the city, I can remember rushing home from the train to catch a glimpse of the garden before sunset as the golden light slipped away. I needed a moon garden. It seemed like a happy solution to my problem. Begin by looking for flower colors in icy- or creamy-white, light pastels or leaves with silver, gray or variegation.
We all know that deer are lovely creatures that inhabit wooded areas and feast on wild vegetation. That is, unless they make it into your garden. Then, they can become an absolute hassle and can be quite destructive.