The Importance of Being a Lackadaisical Gardenerby Robert Zondag
Life is simple, but we insist on making it complicated. Of this I am reminded
Autumn Rituals for the Gardenerby Robert Zondag
I hesitated to get rid of all my flowerpots however it was time. The last of the warm weekends. And the last of the summer beauties.
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.
Vintage Linens, A Joy You can Share while Making an Impactby Robert Zondag
As a creative, and a dedicated up cycler, I have newfound appreciation for vintage linens.
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.
A New Life for a Discarded, Found Chairby Robert Zondag
Appreciate and savor the work in progress you are. Sometimes we take leaps and bounds forward.
Summer Mornings, Simple Pleasuresby Robert Zondag
Another simple summer pleasure is what I have termed “Basil Toast” or “Dill Toast.” Along with a cup of tea, it is a perfect way to start my day.