Do you ever feel like you don’t have time to do things and get overwhelmed thinking of all the things to do this season? I sure do! Especially when it comes to my garden. Just the other day I looked out back and CRINGED at how run down things are looking from the long, hot dry summer in Texas.
One of my goals and favorite things to do is: share with you how to do anything more simply including gardening. Horticulture is intense and in depth when you get right down to it. During the last year of my chemistry degree, I had the opportunity to study horticulture and landscaping. It was an absolute blast and I learned more than I thought was even possible for gardening.
So, you can always count on me to relay that information in a super easy and understandable way. Plus, keeping up with a garden can be a full time job in itself. I like to keep things minimal and sweet, yet still get the benefit of enjoying a flower garden (my favorite type of garden). In case you missed it, you can read more about my flower garden over the years.
Fall is the time of year when life seems to slow down. The adventurous days of summer are gone, and night comes sooner. Life in the garden has slowed down too. Bright cheery pinks and purples are replaced with rustic golds and oranges.