Liz Berry
 
GARDENS ARE GREAT PLACES FOR MAKING LASTING MEMORIES
Left to Right: Girl Scouts, Liz and Calley (supposedly the adults in the photo) SUNDAY! WHAT A WONDERFUL SERENDIPITOUS GARDEN DAY! It seems like for a...
If Liz Were Queen     Mar 6 2023
GARDENING IS STEEPED IN POLITICS
SPRING IS THE TIME FOR PLANTING. When it comes to seeds, you have three choices: Open Pollinated; Hybrid or GMO I took up gardening late in life--about 10...
If Liz Were Queen     Mar 4 2023
REINCARNATION IN THE GARDEN
SECOND LIFE FOR THE PLASTIC MILK JUG Use the plastic milk jug as the perfect one-gallon measurement for watering in your garden. It takes six of these filled...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 26 2023
MAXIMIZE YOUR LIMITED URBAN GARDEN SPACE
We loaded up an upside down tomato grow container this afternoon. I'm curious to see how well the plants grow in this container. Supposedly, its two-foot...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 15 2023
LEARNING FROM THE GARDEN
I just made another sign for the Garland Community Garden. Our garden will be filled with signs this year. Making these signs reminds me of when I was a...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 13 2023
WHAT CAN YOU PLANT IN FEBRUARY
Hard to believe, but February is almost half over! What can you plant now? The good ole Farmer’s Almanac have a great modern online site with lots of...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 11 2023
Garden Care
Good morning. I'm making more signs for the Garland Community Garden. Here is one on watering.
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 9 2023
SECOND KEYHOLE GARDEN IS FINISHED
YEA! AT LAST THE SECOND KEYHOLE GARDEN IS COMPLETED! I thought it would take about 5 hours to build. It took 15 hours. Also, although I can't imagine why, I...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 5 2023
MORE FROM THE IMPERFECT GARDENER
Update on the Jiffy GreenHouse. Charlie and I purchased a small seed starter kit just 6 days ago on the Monday right before our cold snap. There were...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 5 2023
UPDATE ON NEW KEYHOLE GARDEN
NOT PERFECT BUT ENTIRELY FUNCTIONAL I went down to the Garland Community Garden yesterday and built most of Gene's Keyhole Garden. [Gene has serious back...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 5 2023
MORE SIGNS IN THE GARLAND COMMUNITY GARDEN
Only a gardener would be looking forward to what grows out of a compost pile. . . OK well maybe a hungry possum would but I can tell you that I'm curious to...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 2 2023
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR URBAN GARDEN SPACE
Tomato plant growing from a tower on a deck growing in only four square feet. Think vertical! You can grow a lot of plants if you grow them up and, in a...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 2 2023
Garland Community Garden Continues to Prepare for Spring
I FINISHED ANOTHER BAD WEATHER PROJECT I was going to make a snow cat for our cat, Chakota but alas, the snow around my house is not the fluffy type conducive...
If Liz Were Queen     Feb 1 2023
HOW TO BUILD A KEYHOLE GARDEN
THIS is great weather for dreaming up projects. BUILDING A KEYHOLE GARDEN When the weather clears this weekend, I’ll be putting in another keyhole garden down...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 31 2023
PLANTING BEANS IN NORTH TEXAS
PLANTING BUTTER BEANS In general most all varieties of beans should be planted two weeks after the last frost. Certainly true for butter beans (a.k.a. lima...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 28 2023
2023 - The Best Year for the Garland Community Garden
I'm having lots of fun getting the garden ready for spring planting. In addition to making trips to Plano to get soil (so far Charlie and I have made two trips...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 27 2023
MAKE A FIVE GALLON BUCKET GARDEN
Well I've just found an excellent project for Charlie: Build a five gallon bucket holder for my Pots only bed at the Garland Community Garden. Great...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 24 2023
Tomatoes and Multicultural Plot at the Garland Community Garden
Later this week, after Tuesday's rain, I'll be posting several signs around the Garland community Garden. It is still about two month before visitors will see...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 22 2023
WHAT DO GARDENERS DO IN JANUARY? - PART TWO
Oregano growing in a jelly jar with water. Ideal gift for a cook What do gardeners do in January? Many of us start seeds indoors toward the end of...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 21 2023
WHAT DO GARDENERS DO IN JANUARY? PART ONE
Potato Tower at Garland Community Garden What do Gardeners do in January - Part One In addition to mooning over seed catalogs and ordering seeds many of us...
If Liz Were Queen     Jan 21 2023
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