• Raised Garden Bed Tutorial

    Hi, I’m Rachel and I’m feeling really good about my garden this year. *Hi Rachel.* Every year that we’ve owned a house, I work tirelessly to till the old garden beds from the previous owners, amend the soil, plan, map,…

  • DIY Backyard Sandbox

    Happy March, everyone! No sweeter words have been spoken. It’s time for getting outside, digging in the dirt, getting some much needed sunshine, and a less-news-more-focusing on the happy time of the year. It might still be cold where you…

  • What I’m Gardening This Week: Light Summer Pruning my Roses

    Before we moved into our sweet Fixer Upper, we lived in a house that these beautiful rose buses on the side of the house that the previous owner planted in memory of her mother. They were big, gorgeous, and continuous-blooming…

  • What I’m Gardening This Week: Watering Schedule

    Happy Monday, everyone! I’ve been completely MIA and I’m well aware. BUT it’s all for a really good reason. I can’t wait to share something so special this week that I have happening in my life that has pulled me…

  • What I’m Gardening This Week: Hydrangeas

    I got the most beautiful hydrangea for a Mother’s Day gift and I’ve been itching to get it in the ground. I’m a little delayed because of the immense amount of veggies planted last week, and beyond ready to get…

  • What I’m Gardening This Week: All the Veggies and Herbs!

    Happy Belated Mother’s Day to all those amazing biological moms, adopted moms, moms-to-be, trying-your-hardest-to-be-moms, fur moms, and for all of you women that make the world go round for all those in your lives. You’re incredible and I admire every…

  • What I’m Gardening This Week: Carrots!

    I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend and you’r recovering from your candy coma with a little more candy. ๐Ÿ™‚ If you’re looking for a way to clear your countertops and baskets, try out my Candy Bar Pie…

  • What I’m Gardening This Week: Potatoes!

    Around here in KC, the risk of frost is just about over and all my cold-weather crops are in the ground and starting to emerge. In our zone (6a), we typically lost the risk of a hard freeze on April…

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