Obamas Prepare to Plant White House Vegetable Garden By MARIAN BURROSWASHINGTON — On Friday, Michelle Obama will begin digging up a patch of White House lawn to plant a vegetable garden, the first since Eleanor Roosevelt’s victory garden in World War II. There will be no beets (the president doesn’t like them) but arugula will … Continue reading Article-Obamas Prepare to Plant White House Vegetable Garden
I can feel it, Spring it in the air—even if it’s not on the thermometer. With the season of spring comes a renewal. It can be a spiritual renewal, a cleanliness renewal or even a garden renewal. We see the evidence of life starting over in the dirt around us. New plants are pushing through … Continue reading The start of something good
Marching lions They have said that March comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb, for me, it has been oh so true. February was rather stressful as my day job became increasingly horrible. Much to my chagrin, it was a repeat of last summer. I did what I did last summer, only … Continue reading Marching lions
Fruits of our labor Well, it is official! We have veggies! On Sunday, we picked our first zucchini out of our jungle of squash. Then while weeding our flower beds I discovered that we had carrots too. Looks like the seeds that got knocked over made their way to the flower bed. We had 2 super … Continue reading Fruits of our labor
Since moving into our house a year ago, I began planning all the cool gardening I would do now that we have a yard. I did lots of flowers of all kinds and loved every minute of it. There is nothing quite like watching the plants you place in the ground grows and bloom. There … Continue reading Gardening Rocks!