Life’s Too Short for Beige Walls
With a fresh new year right around the corner, I’m guessing you’ve already thought about some personal resolutions for 2020.
Go Native! Choose Plants to Attract Pollinators to Your Garden
There are many reasons to want an attractive yard or garden. To be the envy of the neighborhood or to win “yard of the month” are great reasons, but how about for the good of the planet we inhabit? I
Garden Plans Help to Green Up East Macon Arts Village
Like so many Macon happenings, this is a story of fortuitous connections: Jan Beeland, recently retired executive director of Macon Arts Alliance, was brainstorming ways to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her beloved Potpourri Garden Club.
Henry Gainey stretches his green thumb in East Macon.
New Program Encourages Native Plantings
“Macon was once dubbed ‘A City in a Park,’ and I want us to live up to that,” Reichert said. “We are a part of nature as much as the milkweed and the Monarch butterflies that feed upon it. We must protect the
Go native! Plant Azaleas for Low Maintenance Beauty
Imagine a woodsy corner of your yard ablaze with tangerine-red blooms. A flush of yellow or soft pink clouds paints a beautiful palette in your own Middle Georgia backyard. Native azaleas can accomplish this vision of color with minimal effort.
The Language of Flowers
No need for special dictionaries or secret codes, if you want to say it with flowers, just speak from the heart.