Today | In the Garden

In the Garden – July 2021

A Time to Deadhead by Holly BoettcherEvery year I must have a lush and colorful fuchsia hanging in my backyard, of course, near my hot tub so I can enjoy watching the hummingbirds zipping in and out of the blooms as I sip my morning coffee. There is so much joy to behold as I watch them chase each...

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In the Garden – June 2021

Try Some Zinnias by Holly BoettcherBecause of their brilliant colors, it’s no surprise that Aztecs called zinnias “hard on the eyes!” They are an example of endurance since they bloom from mid-summer all the way through the late fall when frost ends their display.  But why do I love them? Let me...

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In the Garden – May 2021

Love of a Bleeding Heart by Holly BoettcherThis is the perfect time of year to consider adding a beautiful perennial to your garden with heart-shaped flowers that bloom in the spring and look like a pillow. The pendulous drops would be beautiful as a pair of earrings! This is none other than the...

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In the Garden – April 2021

Secrets to Growing a Beautiful Clematis by Holly BoettcherOne of the most beautiful plants in my gardens is the clematis vine. A showstopper for sure! Spring is on the way, so this is a great time to shop for this beauty to add to your garden space. If you want to maximize the gorgeous display of...

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In the Garden – Jan/Feb 2021

Growing an Indoor Herb Garden by Holly BoettcherUsing fresh herbs is a way to add intense or subtle flavor to any dish, including soups, stews, and roasted vegetables. You can add them to dressings and sauces or use them for garnish to make your food presentation POP! Although I enjoy them each...

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