Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Sarah

Sarah, like many millennials, is caught up in the hustle and bustle of planning a wedding. That being said, she has not let that keep her from putting her green thumb to work. She has a beautiful set of raised garden beds that I am just thrilled to share with you! Name: Sarah Shelmidine State: New York Grow Zone: 4 Gardening style: Raised bed How … Continue reading Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Sarah

Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Emily

Know any brides who put a beautiful set of planters on their wedding registry? I do — this millennial green thumb, right here! Emily has wasted no time in turning the house she shares with her husband into a beautiful, thriving home. And I mean thriving! Look at how lush and healthy her plants are!! Let’s see what advice she has to share with the … Continue reading Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Emily

Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Andrew

Are you a part of the rat race that is corporate America? (or any other part of the world for that matter) Do you find yourself struggling to make time for anything other than work? Stressed? Overwhelmed? Need a break? Maybe it’s time for you to take a page out of Andrew’s book and give gardening a try. Multiple studies have revealed the therapeutic benefits … Continue reading Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Andrew

Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Amee

If you have ever participated in a community garden then you know one of the best parts is walking around and observing each gardener’s masterpiece. It is a place where they can come to freely express themselves and there is a great deal to be learned from their efforts. One of my favorite things to do when I visit our local community garden, where I … Continue reading Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Amee

Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Intro

I am thrilled to announce that I will be featuring some of my fellow millennial gardeners over the coming weeks. As much as I enjoy sharing my gardening experiences with all of you, in hopes that I am helping you navigate your own green journey, I think it is critically important to consult a variety of sources when learning any new skill. I have therefore … Continue reading Millennial Gardener Feature Month – Intro

Summer Kickstart Garden Highlights

I typically keep my posts information oriented but I would imagine it’s hard to find a source credible if you don’t know anything about their personal experiences. So, I’m going to give you a brief overview of myself as a gardener and then give you the rundown on how my garden is doing today. This little munchkin, digging in the dirt with her dad, holding … Continue reading Summer Kickstart Garden Highlights

Squash: Planting, Pests, Pollinating, Productivity & Pasta Substitutions

If you are looking for a fast growing, low maintenance group of vegetables that has applications across multiple cuisines and seasons, then you’re in luck. Let’s talk about squash. Squash is typically divided into two categories; summer and winter. Summer squashes include yellow squash, zucchini, pan patty squash, etc. and are best eaten fresh. I personally have attempted several methods for preserving summer squash with … Continue reading Squash: Planting, Pests, Pollinating, Productivity & Pasta Substitutions

Why plant flowers with your veggies?

My husband is not a gardener. He provides assistance when asked and has certain vegetables that he requests be included but otherwise the garden is my thing. That being said, he’s a good man who pretends to be interested as I ramble on about my plants’ progress whilst walking him by the hand through my garden to look at improvements that I am certain he … Continue reading Why plant flowers with your veggies?