Fall is the time when most gardeners are cleaning up their garden beds, working on their compost piles, and planting some last minute spring-blooming bulbs. I’d like to suggest that Fall is also a perfect time to start a garden journal.
Brides can spend months, maybe even years, planing the wedding of their dreams. If you don’t have that kind of time, come to the library for our helpful 1-day wedding workshop.
I love watching birds and butterflies fluttering around in my flower beds and herb garden. There are lots of flowers and herbs that help attract birds and butterflies to our gardens. I have selected plants in my gardens to attract Hummingbirds, Cardinals, Meadowlarks, Bluebirds, Red Bellied Woodpeckers and Butterflies; of course I also have Sparrows, […]
The library is your destination for wedding magazines to borrow, read in the library and even take the I DO magazine home with you to keep for yourself!
I decided to share some of my personal gardening endeavors from the last couple of months. Gardening is one of my favorite past-times. It is such a satisfying feeling to know the plant I started from seed has now sprouted into flowers or vegetables as a direct result from the nurturing and care I have […]
Author Valerie Easton has given you permission to let loose with your flower arranging. In her new book Petal & Twig: Seasonal bouquets with blossoms, branches, and grasses from your garden she encourages you to look closely at your own yard, find what is beautiful to you, and bring it inside. The simple joy of […]