Hi Garden Friends!
Have you always wanted to grow a vegetable garden, but don’t know where to start? How cool would it be to step outside and gather home grown produce to use in youe next home cooked meal!-
I am super excited to announce that I am holding a FREE webinar to help you get started on your vegetable garden this year. I hope you can join me live on Thursday, March 24th at 11:00am Pac. You’ll learn easy actionable steps on what you need how to get your edible garden in the ground.
Join me live, and you’ll also be eligible for some great garden bonuses (cause I like to give fun stuff to my friends)!
It’s easy to enroll. Just click the link here: http://app.webinarjam.net/register/25280/b79195e60b
I look forward to seeing you next week (oh, and feel free to share the link with your friends)!
Tagged with: clean eating
, culinary herbs
, garden to table
, home cooking
, home grown
, organic garden
, vegetable garden
I love to wander around my yard and see the small things: the arrival of bees (or aphids), the changing of leaves, the first spring flowers. I’m not sure what happened to the El Nino and all the rain and cold weather we were supposed to get this winter in Los Angeles. A ridge of high pressure has kept the needed rain mostly to the north. It’s beautiful here, but too warm already. I was in Connecticut last week with my Client Attraction Business School peeps, and it was 24 degrees. I came home, and it’s been in the low 80s.
So I have been wandering around…Some observations: The Hardenbergia is blooming and full of bees (yay!). I have too much rosemary in my yard although I do love the blue flowers against the dark green leaves. My mini daffodils bloomed while I was away and are now past their peak, but the double Narcissus are in full bloom and the mix of their fragrance combined with my neighbor’s overloaded tangerine tree is intoxicating (someone needs to make a perfume). Plants and trees are feeling for spring: daisies, hellebores, the peach tree in my back yard are all…
Tagged with: bees
, citrus trees
, Client Attraction Business School
, El Nino
, Magnolia tree
, peach blossoms