Category Archive for: ‘About’

Set Out Water For Bees In Your Garden

Bee a Good Garden Host: Make a Bee Bath

Creating a bee-friendly garden means more than just planting flowers. You certainly want to attract them with gorgeous blooms, but while they are in your garden you will want to give them a place to collect water: a pond, fountain, or a bee bath. A bee bath is easy to make and care for in your home garden, and it’s a …

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Garden Therapy Back Yard Play Garden Tour 1

The Life of a Garden Blogger: Garden Therapy

Ever wondered what the life of a garden blogger is like? It’s a lot like your hobbies exploded and became a career, but so much more than that. I’m happy to say that I’m living my dream now, with a job that I can’t wait to get to and a family I can’t wait to get home to. Luckily, there is …

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So Canadian Eh Garden Therapy

I’m So Canadian, Eh?

I’m elated to be featured today on hodge:podge for being So Canadian, Eh?!  You will find many fabulous style makers who have shared their thoughts in the So Canadian, Eh? series. I’m humbled to be in their company. I like to keep Garden Therapy all about the crafty-gardeny-foodie goodness and limit how much I say about myself. But if you were ever curious as to what makes …

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Women's Day Feb 2013 Branch Out

Branching Out: My Project in Women’s Day

If you don’t have the February 2013 issue of Women’s Day magazine yet, then go get it! I’ll wait…. …Ok, now turn to page 48. Yup, that’s me and my branch coat rack project in Genius Ideas (why, thank you.). A few months ago I was contacted by the magazine about the Branch Coat Rack project I shared on Women’s Day’s DIY Pinterest Board. …

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Stevies Backyard In Apartment Therapy

Backyard Patio Project: Before and After…and After

Since February is Before and After Month at Apartment Therapy, the Gardenist, Rochelle Greayer of Studio G and Leaf Magazine,  featured the backyard renovation that we have been working on for the past many years.  While it’s always changing and evolving (as a good garden should) here is the original post I wrote that features the big reveal. May marks the anniversary of breaking ground on my back …

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