Another FREE seminar is happening this Saturday at Cashman's Nursery, and this time we're going to learn tips and tricks to creating healthy container gardens. With the right knowledge, you can grow flowers OR food in small spaces.
This year has just a few, colorful gardening successes for me. Usually I have plenty of flowers and vegetables, but the only things I can take pride in have been my simple flower baskets and pots. How is your garden growing?
What was once a sun-drenched, private corner cat sanctuary table with a plush cat bed on top of an elevated table...is now completely covered by various flower and vegetable seedlings. Every square inch of that gorgeous, bright corner of the room is packed with plastic trays.
Want to grow some beautiful, useful stuff this Spring? No problem. I've got your back. I'm not afraid to try things beyond my gardening ability, but there are some things you just CAN'T screw up around here.
Most can agree that Bozeman is stunning this time of year with lilac bushes blooming like crazy. Their scent fills the afternoon air unlike any other plant. If you've got lilacs, consider making your own (super easy) oil from just two ingredients!
Usually each year my mom comes out in May and one of the things we always do is plant flowers for the summer. She is a green thumb, me - not so much! This year she came early, so I was on my own! YIKES! A big thanks to Bernie at Kenyon Noble for all his helpful advice! I got all of my flowers, a bag of potting soil and a week killer...for under $50!!! The sale doesn't last long, so get there
William Terry has fought the battle of the abode since last winter when city officials sent him a citation for his toilet-turned-flower-pot and asked him to remove it promptly. Disgruntled, Terry argued that he was merely recycling an otherwise useless object and went around town taking pictures of other unsightly planters he'd noticed.
The judge ruled in Terry's favor since the city code definiti