The Deliberate Agrarian
I am ever-mindful of how blessed my sons are to have been born and live out here in the wide open rural countryside of upstate New York. They have not grown up in the squalid realms of a packed suburban housing development, as I did. Neither have they suffered the pains of divorced parents and all of that, as I did. And, being homeschooled from the beginning, they have not been institutionalized by years of government schooling. Furthermore, within this God-fearing, home-centered, agrarian…
Papo de Paisagista - Xeropaisagismo e os jardins de Steve Martino | Casa de Valentina
Compartilhar no WhatsAppNa esteira da preocupação mundial com o progressivo esgotamento dos recursos hídricos do planeta, surge a moda do xeropaisagismo (grego xeros ‘seco’), isto é, a predominância de xerófitas no paisagismo, plantas que requerem pouca água, em geral por serem dotadas de caules e folhas carnudas para armazenar água, às vezes cobertas com uma […]
Vertical Garden Supports | Centsational Style
I’m in the middle of constructing a garden trellis for my courtyard, one to support climbing vines up a wall. I plan to incorporate a geometric design so it’s decorative as well as practical. I went online in search of inspiration and how-tos to guide me on my quest to build my own. I then sat i ...
DIY Trellis Planter Box Tutorial & Giveaway! - Deuce Cities Henhouse
Hey Guys! It’s Monday. I know, sometimes Monday’s are the worst, but I’m hoping that this post will bring a cool vibe to the beginning of yer weeks. Today I’ve got a really awesome DIY to share with you and a super sweet BLACK+DECKER AutoSense cordless drill giveaway! I spent the afternoon yesterday building a trellis-planter-box combo for our backyard. Some of you know that I’ve been trying to pretty up the concrete pad that we recently enclosed when we installed our new fence. The kids…
Pruning and Training Wisteria - FineGardening
Wisteria can live a long, healthy life with no pruning at all, happily twining, climbing, and sprawling over everything in its path. But for the gardener who has limited space and wants to enjoy more visible and abundant wisteria flowers, a pruning routine becomes a necessary chore.