The Importance of Being a Lackadaisical Gardenerby Robert Zondag
Life is simple, but we insist on making it complicated. Of this I am reminded
Bloom Where You are Plantedby Robert Zondag
The fall garden never ceases to amaze me! Last year I had planted some 'tender bulbs' in large pots at the start of the season.
Orchid Rescue Update: The Circle of Lifeby Robert Zondag
So, my rescue of the mini phal was short lived. It enjoyed, what I imagine, a good life with my other orchids once it came home from the grocery store.
Orchid Rescue! (Mini Phalaenopsis)by Robert Zondag
I am starting the morning with some hot water in the kettle for my tea, a bit of breakfast and the enjoyment of a blooming mini Phalaenopsis orchid.
Vintage-Style Greenhouses and Terra Cotta Potsby Robert Zondag
As most know, when spring hits here in Wisconsin, my attention turns from the art studio to the garden.
Ode to the Tulipby Robert Zondag
Nothing shouts spring like a beautiful tulip! So many colors, so many shapes and sizes. I have been painting a canvas inspired by the spring garden.
Iris Borerby Robert Zondag
If you’re like me and you don’t notice iris borer until mid-summer, you have more work on your hands. If you are seeing yellowed leaves and rot...
Art of Gardening, Winter Reflectionsby Robert Zondag
If I am willing to admit it, winter has become a respite for me in some respects. There is no pressure to wake up first thing and go to the garden....
Messy Garden Clubby Robert Zondag
Everywhere I read online is talking about being a lazy gardener, a messy gardener. Why? It turns out this is good for your garden and the ecosystem!