Perennials for a Cut Flower Garden

Perennials for a Cut Flower Garden

Welcome back to my Summer cut flower series! This series is devoted to home gardeners that want to grow their own bouquets and are curious how to get started. Today, I’ll be focusing on my favorite perennial flowers for the Summer season. Perennials are some of the...

Summer Annuals For a Cut Flower Garden

Summer Annuals For a Cut Flower Garden

Welcome friends to my Summer cut flower series! This series is devoted to home gardeners that want to grow a cut flower garden but need help narrowing down what flowers to grow in Summer. I’ll be focusing on cut flowers that I have experience growing myself here in...

Cottage Garden Trellises & Sweet Peas in Containers

Cottage Garden Trellises & Sweet Peas in Containers

Currently there is a huge task that I’ve been avoiding. Remember my Fall seed starting video where I started eight varieties of sweet pea flowers? Well, those poor plants have been stuck in their seed cells this entire time…and it’s not good. Each morning, I pass by...

Dahlia Growing Tips for Hot Climates

Dahlia Growing Tips for Hot Climates

The best gardening tips I ever learned came from failure---ideally, failure followed by success. Growing dahlias in Southern California comes with its own set of challenges, but it hasn’t stopped me from truly enjoying these flowers and being fascinated by their...

Grow Spring Bulbs in Containers

Grow Spring Bulbs in Containers

Do you want to join me this Fall and grow some bulbs in containers? Let me share how incredibly fun it is to create a gorgeous spring bulb display for your garden! Planting flowering bulbs in containers or pots comes with many benefits, but first and foremost your...

How to Deadhead Roses After Blooming

How to Deadhead Roses After Blooming

Despite a gloomier than usual Spring, the roses bloomed in a magnificent display of color this year. While I consider roses to be fairly low maintenance, there are some things that just need to be done if you’re looking forward to another flush of blooms---one of...

A David Austin Rose Garden

A David Austin Rose Garden

This is the first year for this David Austin rose garden here in zone 10. Back in Spring 2022, I planted this rose garden from scratch and filled it with seven, carefully selected, David Austin English roses. I’ve always been mesmerized by more cupped, heavily...

Self Sowing Volunteer Flowers

Self Sowing Volunteer Flowers

Some days you might find me prancing about the garden, waving what looks like a dried up stick enthusiastically through the air. What am I doing? I’m helping mother nature out a little bit and trying to make the most of my self-sowing flowers in the garden. Sometimes...

Meet Randi

Urban gardening is my jam. I’m Randi, California girl who obsessively gardens to grow food and flowers around my urban home. Seasonal, simple living is what inspires me~ I hope it will inspire you too. Join me in crafting a life and home connected to the garden Read More>>>>

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