Monday, March 12, 2012

Gardening The Easy Way

You know you are itching to get out and dig in the dirt, even if you are a city dweller with a pot on the fire escape.

A nice new magazine is just out, Gardening The Easy Way. It has the feeling of a vintage seed catalog, and is very useful.

From the press release:

Make this the year you succeed in the garden with expert advice and inspiring photographs harvested from Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Country Living and Woman’s Day.  Whether you’ve never picked up a garden spade or you’ve been digging in the dirt forever, you’ll find useful tips and breathtaking pictures (full of ideas to steal).  Find out:
 
This Provence inspired garden uses only two plants in the knot garden, boxwood and lavender

*which always-reliable plants the pros go to first
*the best way to start an organic vegetable garden
*how to raise old-fashioned favorites like peonies, dahlias, and climbing roses
 
Love the striped shades on the porch - from Gardening The Easy Way

Plus fresh ideas for window boxes and container gardens, insider tips from gardeners across the country, and so much more.
 
Get this special edition for only $6.99, available at your supermarket or bookstore, or as a digital version at Zinio.com or Nook.bn.com.

I'm dying to try climbing roses over my garage! From Gardening The Easy Way

Love the idea of raised beds ever since Brooke Giannetti put them in in her front yard

In Gardening The Easy Way they show you how to turn your garage into a potting shed

There's a story about turning a garden shed from Lowe's into this sweet retreat


I enjoyed the entire issue. There's a feature on peonies and dahlias, two of my favorite flowers. This is one of those special little magazines that you will save forever to use as a reference and for inspiration.

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4 comments:

  1. You're right, I'm dying to dig. I love the Lowes garden shed as a little getaway. I'm off to by that magazine. Thanks for a great post. P.S. I love climbing roses, but have had little luck with them, hope it works for you, maybe you can give me some advice on your success.

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  2. oops by should have been buy. I must learn to proof read before hitting publish.

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  3. Oooh!! Thank you for the inspiration to get my gardening gloves out. Maybe they need some rhinestones on them. Hmmm.......

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  4. Made these four days ago, just tried them for lunch...I will never make another kind of dill pickle! Thank you so much for the recipe. They turned out great!

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