With the population moving closer and closer to big cities and suburban areas, we are finding ourselves with less room to start a personal garden. However, the trend of urban and suburban gardens is growing, and it has never been easier to start your own garden on your balcony, stoop, or front porch.
I hope you are not getting bored with my garden posts….but as some of you already know…Autumn is my least favorite season.
Today I am showing off my sister’s Fall flowers, all the way from Krakow.
Gardening is a very relaxing hobby. It requires planning, physical labor, continuous upkeep, and endless enjoyment.
Today I will share with you the accomplishments of two senior citizens, who shared this wonderful hobby of garden tending.
This year I added a patch (pictured here) with a mixture or perennial and new annual flower plants, which I grew from seeds from Europe, sent to me by my sister.
This patch is very special to me, since every time I am out gardening, I think of my sister and my mom.
I know many of you still have lots of snow, and feel like Spring is not even on the horizon yet, but have hope…it’s closer than you think.