Tag: Limelight Hydrangeas

Around the Potting Shed: 2018 Year in Review

Thank you for all your visits, comments, shares and Pins in 2018. I’m still surprised and humbled you find the time to visit my little blog and Potting Shed! We built my Potting Shed in 2012, before I’d ever heard of the concept or term, ‘She Shed’. You see that first post, HERE. While I don’t actually…

Floral Friday: Ball Jar Bouquets and a Lakeside Picnic

Happy Friday! I’m inviting you to a lakeside picnic for this week’s edition of Floral Friday, along with my blogging friends! You can find their links for beautiful floral and picnic inspiration at the bottom of this post. Our theme and challenge for this week’s edition of Floral Friday was to use jars in a…

Anyone Can Be A Gardener: Garden Hose Wreath for the Potting Shed

Happy Wednesday! I’m spending most of my free time weeding, watering and puttering around the Potting Shed. I decided my shed front door was in need of a fresh and updated blooming wreath! I dismantled my Garden Hose Wreath with Blooming Wellies last year to use the tools and the wellies. I decided the bright green colored…

Chalking It Up: Bees and Flowers Around the Potting Shed

I’m chalking up a little garden inspiration and words of wisdom on my Potting Shed door. . . Note to self: “The flower doesn’t dream of the bee. It blossoms and the bee comes.” ~ Mark Nepo Bees are buzzing around the Passion Flower Vine. . . The Allium. . . They’re buzzing around the…

Public Service Annoucement: Plant a Limelight Hydrangea…or Five

Plant this easy to grow, low maintenance shrub in your garden and enjoy beautiful cut and dried flowers too. This post may contain affiliate links. For more information see my disclosure policy. This is a public service announcement: If you’re looking for an easy to grow, low maintenance shrub in your garden that will provide you…

July Garden Updates: Surprises, Volunteers and Bicycle Planter

Happy Monday, I hope you had a good weekend! Ours was a hot one with a few early morning garden chores. July is a maintenance month in the garden. . . watering, weeding, deadheading and fertilizing.  I’m dashing out the door to water and weed in the early morning hours before rushing back inside to…

Chalking It Up: The Love of Gardening + Giveaway

With the arrival of spring, I’m ready for flowers and all things garden. . . Well, maybe not pollen. ;) And I’m waiting not-so-patiently for Mother Nature to get the ‘memo’ that winter is over! Peonies are just starting to sprout. . . And I’m looking forward to their fragrant blooms arriving in May. I…