It took 5 months, but the results are at the bottom. First, let’s look at what it use to look like. The above pictures were taken before we added our […]
Garden Tour May 26, 2013 from Kent Adams on Vimeo.
There are so many it is difficult to keep up with the new nymphs seemingly sprouting from the ground every evening. What I’ve learned is that the cicada prefers to […]
This is the 17th year of our Brood II Cicada and we are expecting a ton of them. Already, we have at least 100 in the yard this morning. Many […]
This weekend has been seasonally cool and the week ahead looks seasonal as well, lots of rain forecast, clouds etc so this weekend was a good transplant weekend. Donna helped […]
Four Easy Steps to Growing Big, Sweet Onions 1. PREPARE While the enclosed plants may appear dry, don’t be alarmed; they’re simply dormant. Don’t worry if you can’t plant them […]
Sedums are very hardy plants in the summer garden, they can’t get enough sun and the bumblebee’s can’t get enough sedum.
Few flowers are as carefree as the Narcissus.
The Rose Pink Camillia is one of the most common flowering trees in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina. They prefer part shade with morning sun.
This nasty boy will do wonders for your garden. Are you kidding me, what could be more beautiful than the perennial Cone Flower?