Born in 1869, at a time when society rarely acknowledged the role of women in the design of outdoor spaces, Ellen shattered conventions with her unwavering passion for gardening.
In today’s newsletter, I’m making a dried marigold wreath to decorate my mantle. This is a great way to welcome the coming autumn.
Discover the wonders of native plants. Learn how these resilient species contribute to biodiversity, support local ecosystems, and enhance sustainable gardening practices.
In today’s newsletter, I share the results of the annual vine project and a look at the new pollinator-friendly flower garden I added to the front landscape.
In the realm of horticulture, few names conjure up the essence of English gardening quite like that of Gertrude Jekyll. Renowned for her artistic vision, Gertrude Jekyll revolutionized the gardening world with her meticulous approach to design, the poetic use of color, and her emphasis on grouping plants in drifts….
Transform your Garden Today, we embark on a journey to transform our garden when it starts to look messy. It doesn’t take a ton of effort to tidy things up. Tidying up a border isn’t just about removing weeds and pruning overgrown shrubs. It’s about creating a harmonious tapestry of…