The class on building stone walls demonstrates 3 techniques: dry-stack, mortared, and natural stone veneer.
Nothing inspires you to whip your garden into shape like committing to a garden tour. Suddenly you have a hard and fast deadline. And then there is the pressure of dozens of people with high expect… Source: Bee Better Garden Tour 2016
Nothing inspires you to whip your garden into shape like committing to a garden tour. Suddenly you have a hard and fast deadline. And then there is the pressure of dozens of people with high expectations coming to tour the garden and…gasp…critique it!
We have had great success gardening in pure Soil3 organic compost. We have a bumper crop of heirloom tomatoes this year, as well as eggplant, cucumbers, peppers and herbs! Be sure to watch the section on building a potato tower!
With every garden space I create, one of my side goals is to invite more animal life into my garden. Butterflies, birds, bees, my dogs and my friends’ dogs, wandering cats, turtles, salamanders, and even squirrels and rabbits. I’m a sucker for a cute furry, flying or feathered face. I’ve always felt that since we… Continue reading Gardening: It’s Not Just About Plants
Mr. Feathers likes Soil3 compost! A new team member has joined the crew at Super-Sod. Meet Mr. Feathers! He showed up last week and has made himself right at home – bedding down in the wheat straw, wandering through the store, and hanging out by Daniel’s pretty red Mustang. Zenith the cat, our Feral Farm… Continue reading Mr. Feathers Joins the Team at Super-Sod of Cary
Gardeners love visiting the Personal Edens of other gardeners. They provide insight into the style of the gardener, as well as the whims and impulses that make each of us unique. A couple of weeks ago, I was fortunate to be invited to visit the Personal Eden of one of Raleigh’s most well-known garden writers,… Continue reading Visiting Helen’s Haven