My Showstopper Flower Bed
Look at my new flower bed in my cottage garden on top of Oak Hill! I'm going to use the flowers for beautiful arrangements and bouquets.
A Tour of my Flower Garden
I have been working on my garden for ten years now, but just recently started to truly appreciate another aspect of it. The flower garden!
My Beautiful 'Red Garnet' Amaranth
Some of you have been asking me about the beautiful tall red flowers I grew last summer. This is one of the amaranth varieties I grow in my garden, called Red Garnet.
My beautiful fall windflowers
Windflowers are some of my favorite perennials. Everything from the leaves to the buds and actual flowers looks like a work of art in my opinion. They look lovely in the garden of course, but I also like using them for bouquets.
Oak Hill Cottage Garden - August 2019
The beds in my cottage garden are overflowing! I'm especially happy about the lovely summer flowers at Oak Hill.
Oak Hill Cottage Garden - July 2019
It's summer at Oak Hill Cottage Garden and I need a lot of compost for my beds. My flowers are already thriving, and I want the rest of my plants to look as healthy and beautiful!
Oak Hill Cottage Garden - June 2019
My garden at Oak Hill Cottage looked absolutely lovely in June last year. I can't believe how easy it is to start growing even in a smaller space too!
Sowing flowers in winter
I start sowing flowers early, even in winter. It works really well, try it!
Video tour: An amazing mulched garden
This lovely mulched garden is absolutely overflowing with beautiful flowers and vegetables. Watch this video tour to learn what's possible with a simple trick like mulching.
My beautiful clematis Piilu
A few of you have been asking me what the beautiful pink flowers in the background of many of my pictures are. So, I decided to dedicate an entire post to this lovely clematis called Piilu.
My flowering peach tree
It's so beautiful! The tree is still quite small so I need to come close to really enjoy the lovely little flowers. My favorite color is pink and needless to say, I get plenty of it from my flowering peach tree.