Author Archives: Rochelle

As most of my gardening attention shifts to houseplants and things I can grow inside, I wanted to share one of… Continue Reading

I spotted Phillip Nixon’s Garden in Apartment Therapy last week when they referred to it as an “Indiana Jones Oasis”.  (oddly,… Continue Reading

My plants have just about passed on for the season.  The last of the leaves are strew across the lawn… Continue Reading

The simple fact that such a bounty can come from a pile of dirt on top a building inspires me… Continue Reading

Sohei Nishino seems to have captured so many things that I love in his art.  Foreign cities, travel, maps, photography, collage,… Continue Reading

After a couple of seasons of being a lesser vegetable gardener than I once was, I have finally come to… Continue Reading

Something is alive in the mailbox. A few months back the door of the mailbox rusted to the point that… Continue Reading

I’m on a word diet.  It’s just like Atkins, but instead of eating steaks slathered in butter, I have to… Continue Reading

I am very excited to welcome a guest here today. Linda Bilsens is the Community Composting Manager at the Institute for Local… Continue Reading

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]So everyone knows that we need to save the bees.  And pollinators too.  But what are all the pollinators? Well,… Continue Reading

My christmas cactus is kind of disgusting. Many years ago, I had this (less than) genius idea to plant my… Continue Reading

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I spent a week in Barcelona this summer and now I have a new top five favorite European cities list.… Continue Reading

It goes with the territory that get to try out lots of new plants.  Most are nice – but if… Continue Reading

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I’ve got to scratch an itch – my travel itch.  Today Marrakech, Morocco is enticing today… tomorrow it might be… Continue Reading

Lisa Steele, the creative mind behind the popular online chicken keeping resource Fresh Eggs Daily®, has been around chickens most… Continue Reading

Kenton Seth lives in his high desert hometown of Grand Junction, Colorado, where he enjoys all things gardening. As the former Head… Continue Reading

I gave up cross stitching after some serious burnout from making a pillow for a sorority sister back in college.… Continue Reading

Two days in Atlanta at the Garden Writers Association conference are in the rear view mirror.  But before I forget, I… Continue Reading

Two Big Black Hearts by Jim Dine ence pence by ursula von Rydingsvard Are You Here? by Johnathan Getelson Johnathan… Continue Reading

After a summer of serious contemplation and consideration, I have so much to share with you that I hardly know where… Continue Reading

School starts Wednesday and I am loosing my summer help.  ‘The help’ (a.k.a. my children) have been “working” for me… Continue Reading

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