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This blog features rotating authors who describe the gardening activities they are looking forward to in the coming month. Of course, when and what you plant will vary between gardens. For this reason, we invite all community members to reply with what's happening in your garden - learn, discuss, and enjoy!

Blog Post List

  • It's Back to School Time - Back to the Garden
    Summer is a great time for teachers, students and parents to slow down and take a break from the hectic school year. For the school garden, summer can make or break a garden program. Some school gardens have been maintained by volunteers, or a tireless garden teacher, while others have been abandoned and are growing more weeds than produce. In any event, ... more
  • 4th of July in the Garden
    Americans are proud! We may be divided from time to time by individual points of views at times, but we are proud of our country and heritage. As we celebrate America's freedom, be inspired by these patriotic garden themes and celebrate our coutry with the red, white and blue! Do you have a patriotic garden? We would love to see it. Share in the Community and ... more
  • Gardening Roots Run Deep
    I have always been outdoor oriented in my personal life and am constantly looking for ways to bring kids and learning outside. Even in Texas when it gets hot, the shade of the tree and a light breeze keeps you cool when you're outside. Having always loved the idea of an outside classroom, work tables and areas where kids could learn outdoors, I was more than ... more
  • Memorial Day - Celebrating with Flowers and Flags
    Originally called Decoration Day, from the early tradition of decorating graves with flowers, wreaths and flags, Memorial Day is a day for remembrance of those who have died in service to our community. The first national celebration was observed on May 30 th , 1868 to commemorate the sacrifices of Civil War soldiers by proclamation of General John A. ... more
  • April Showers Bring May Flowers
    If you are like I am, flowers make you happy! The vibrant colors and wonderful symmetry are a beauty to behold. I have flowers everywhere that I can put them. Whether they are in pots, garden beds, bushes or a field, they are a treasure in your landscape. With the decline in the bee population, we can do our part to offer the bees a safe haven by planting ... more

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Recent Comments

thank you so much for the history lesson; I did not know much of the information you provided, great job!
Beautiful photos and great information! Yep.., I am definitely in the moos for Spring! Thanks for sharing!
Sorry, I have been slacking off, so many appointments, as well as other things to do to maintain a healthy outlook.

Especially Valentine's day, I love those valentine hearts
Wonderful, this is one of my passions. Only thing about it, I have o idea how to get started