Garden Myths and garden nymphs Garden myths are many, garden nymphs not so many. I’d surely rather be a garden nymph, than a garden myth, any day. Although garden myths at times can be gospel, … Continue reading 4 Garden myths and 1 garden poem
Planting a new seed As part of their grow wild series, I collaborated with Crabtree & Evelyn NYC to talk about planting a new seed in our urban gardens. In this video I demonstrate how … Continue reading Planting a new seed
Peonies are one of the most planted flowers in the garden! And rightly so. Their gorgeous Pom Pom flowers add a whole lot of joy to any spring landscape. Pruning them back in the fall … Continue reading Peony Care For Winter
Photographs & window Boxes By Helena – The Urban Garden Companion Window boxes are displays, they present a window, mark a season, define a space and when done right provide inspiration for the viewer and … Continue reading Think outside The Window BOX
Companion planting, is the art and science of grouping plants together to assist and enhance each other’s greatest qualities, while adding biodiversity and balance to one’s garden. When applied in gardening and agriculture, plants are grown in proximity … Continue reading Companion Planting
There are many things I love about being out in the garden. One of my favorite things has to be when I am preparing a garden bed, and moving the soil around reveals an earthworm … Continue reading Do You Have Worms?
Athens Greece In late October 2016 I went to Athens, Greece for a Vacay. I met up with mum, who was already there on a holiday from Australia. She introduced me to some super cool … Continue reading Gardenistas of Greece
Spring AWAKENINGS In like a lion out like a lamb, that’s what they say to describe winter’s fierce entrance into March polar opposite to its meek exit out. If you have relationships in your life, where … Continue reading Lions to Lambs