ARCHIVE June, 2016

DIY Self-Watering Planters Tutorial

One of the blessings of a lifetime of gardening–even before I was Seminary Gal–has been developing little tricks for keeping my garden looking nice.  Enjoy these hacks for a million dollar garden at a budget price.  How many of us want self-watering planters, but don’t want the wallet-draining prices that come with them?  Today, you […]

June 21, 2016 in In the Garden, Inspiration by

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Beautiful Hanging Baskets Tutorial

I often get compliments on the beautiful hanging baskets on my front porch.  They are large but proportional to the elliptical archway under which they hang.  They are not round, but squarish, important so the pair doesn’t look like eyes staring at you.  Every year, I do something slightly different, but the result is always […]

June 16, 2016 in In the Garden, Inspiration by

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The March to November Garden

Today, I’d like to begin unveiling what I’ve been working so hard on during the past few months, a charity garden walk: The March to November Garden.  That’s how I’ve billed mine.  It might not sound impressive to those of you who live in areas of the United States or the world where growing seasons […]

June 15, 2016 in In the Garden, Inspiration by

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A Walk in the Garden

While I’ve been absent from writing posts, there is something else I’ve been doing in this season of service.  Thankfully, my life hasn’t been concerned only with sewer systems and advocacy for my neighbors in my home town.  I’ve also been carefully preparing for a walk in the garden (my garden, actually) fulfilling a commitment I made […]

June 1, 2016 in Articles and Devotionals, Devotionals, In the Garden, Inspiration by

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