Growing plants from seed can be a fun and exciting project to jump-start the gardening season for the whole family. Growing seeds is a lot less difficult and time consuming than most people believe. Here are some basics to get you started: Supplies- -Containers – the most efficient, space-saving containers are the cell-based trays you will find at the garden center, generally 1″ x 1″ cells that make up a tray. Believe it or not, this is all the space…
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Posted by Sarah on December 12th 2014 in
We decorate for parties, for visitors, to express our joy for the season, to have a little fun with our homes and our spaces, to create a wonderland for young children and to evoke some oooos and ahhhhs even from ourselves–Nothing quite compares to the quiet calm of a dark morning as you take in the glow of the holiday lights and sip your coffee. You don’t need to be…
Posted by Sarah on November 21st 2014 in
North Carolina grown Fraser firs. Wisconsin grown Balsam firs and Canaan firs. Wild, un sheared Fraser firs.
Posted by Sarah on November 5th 2014 in
The containers at 50th and France are stunning! Here’s the simple recipe for you to get the same look. 3 regular tree tops 3 large tree tops 2 bunches of boxwood 2 bunches of magnolia 1 med. Bunch of curly willow 4 sugar cones
Posted by Sarah on October 20th 2014 in
The time you get to spend with family and friends on the weekend, or whatever your days off end up being, go quickly. We don’t want to be unrealistic about setting you up for hours upon hours of garden labor, but we want to save you time in the spring by offering some suggestions about what to do now to be successful. Quick tricks to get your yard prepared for…
Posted by Sarah on October 11th 2014 in
Come one, come all! The 6th annual Sunnyside Gardens Pumpkin Derby is sure to be a blast! Anyone can watch, but here’s how to participate… 1.Get a pumpkin (any size) and make it mobile by attaching wheels to it or IT to wheels. Note: The derby car cannot be motorized or electrically charged to move in a forward or backward direction. The derby car cannot be messy beyond the confines…
Posted by Sarah on September 15th 2014 in
I love all the elements of this foliage planter. Kale is not only trendy, but gorgeous too. We just decided to mix and match some complementary leaves and colors to accent the purples and blues of the kale. The croton looks electric! Your eye travels immediately toward the funky yellows and oranges. All those bold leaves have an airy backdrop of princess grass and tiger sticks..