Scott and I visit botanical gardens whenever possible. If we are on vacation and there is one nearby, we add it to our itinerary. Our favorite part about visiting gardens in the summertime is seeing the water lilies. The water lily display at Longwood Gardens is breathtaking. The last time we visited, Scott told me … More You Deserve Water Lilies, Too!
We had a beautiful, ripe watermelon in our garden, so I asked Scott to bring it in and cut it up. Scott’s parents were visiting from Massachusetts, and his mom suggested that we make some fun cocktails with the watermelon and other things in our garden. Here’s what we came up with: The Basil Melon … More Melon Mixers
Do you have an abundance of tomatoes from your garden? Hollow them out and make some stuffed tomatoes! Rather than share one recipe, I’ll give you three options – there’s something for everyone here! Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. We used Ace heirloom tomatoes for these recipes, but you can use any tomato variety … More Three Stuffed Tomatoes
Watering your garden is simple, right? Not necessarily. Believe it or not, there’s a right way and a wrong way to water your garden. On these hot days of summer, wasting water can be a real drain on local water systems. The following tips will explain how to conserve water, which is better for the … More Conserving Water in Your Garden