Showing posts with label landscaping. Show all posts
Showing posts with label landscaping. Show all posts

11.03.2013

The Sprouts of My Garden, A Sprinkle of Historical Reflection.

3457 Martha in flower garden

With Summer over, Fall gone and Winter now taking over my garden, what a great time for a bit of reflection and introspection. Looking over past posts the other day, I was brought to considering the reasons for creating this blog.

Garden. Plant. Grow. Eat sprouted from my concern with the food that we grow and eat. As mentioned in, From a Meadow, Grew a Garden, my love for plants and gardening began when I was a young child. The miracle of a little shoot growing from a seed, the blades of grass popping up in the lawn and the delicate plant sprouts arriving in the garden every spring, was amazing to me. From there, my respect, fascination and admiration for everything Mother Nature provides for us, grew.

8.09.2013

Guest Bloggers, Relevant Links and Product Reviews.

Have a great garden story, book, photo, relevant blog, website or product you would like to share? 

Are you a fellow home and garden blogger, a garden expert or enthusiast? Or do you  simply have a passion for gardening, eating home grown food, or building sustainable, low impact landscapes? Share your wisdom with us!

Throughout the month, many changes have, and will, be happening within the pages of GPGE. As the calender for the remainder of the year fills up, it would be great to add some new voices to our 'garden'.

Please email the Editor all content related suggestions, guest blogger associations, advertising inquiries, or link related requests you would like to share to the address included below.

~ Jessica

Garden. Plant. Grow. Eat.
gardenplantgroweat@live.com

1.06.2011

Planting the Seeds, Growing a Garden.

Welcome to the online premier of A Growing Garden. With the start of a fresh new year, I have decided to create another online venue to showcase my garden related knowledge, articles, photography, art, and anything else interesting that may come across the garden path in the New Year.

I hope to use this New Year, in part, to share with you all, my ideas about gardening, landscape design, to even issues such as, the preservation and protection of Canada's precious natural habitats. As our planet is a growing and changing place, gardening for a sustainable future will be another topic of great concern for 2011 blog year. Other topics of discussion will involve the different methods of planting, growing and harvesting vegetables, fruits, berries, and anything else that can be grown under the sun…

Make sure to check back for updates and changes in the New Year, as this will be a Growing Garden.

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The best of wishes to all in the upcoming New Year.