The term "winter garden" may sound like an oxymoron to half of the country, but for southern gardens, winter abundance is happening now.
We're hard at work cooking for Thanksgiving over here at Gardenerd HQ. But there's always time to share the latest eye-candy from the fall garden.
As fall comes on, we remain in the "between times". Here's some inspiration to get you through the rest of this month.
In many parts of the world fall arrives with clear signs, but here in SoCal the signs are subtle.
The end of summer makes some people sad. I long for cooler weather and fall crops ('cause it's 86 degrees F in my house and we don't have air conditioning).
August is when most gardens start to look like hell. We do our best to keep things looking nice, but nature always wins in the end.
There's a point in summer where, as much as I love my garden, I want to get away from it all. I want to lounge in a hammock, read books and take naps.
🎵 Summer Lovin' happened so fa-ast.🎵 Well, for anxious gardenerds, summer couldn't get here soon enough. The wait between planting and harvesting feels soooo long, doesn't it?
The spring garden is showing signs of promise, portent, and poppies. There's so much bursting from the soil, so much potential, it's hard to contain one's excitement.
Why am I calling this the winds of spring? Taking photos for today's Wordless Wednesday was a challenge because the wind was blowing through the garden at 20 miles per hour.