Entries from December 2010

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Potted Christmas Trees

…and the final product! Happy Christmas everyone! by David Stephensen TheGardenLady thinks there is nothing lovelier for Christmas than a cut, fresh tree. But of course, there are those who don’t want to see a tree cut, or who don’t have the room for a large tree. Or there may be those who would like […]

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Punning Fun for Sages of All Ages – Nature Puns

The Sage (Salvia Pratensis) by panga_ua I love puns. I was wondering if TheGardenLady readers enjoy them, too. Mostly when friends forward puns to me, I keep on getting the same puns over and over again. Now I want fresh, new puns. So this GardenLady while stuck in the house on a rainy blustery day […]

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Buying Live Christmas Trees

Thanksgiving is over and now the next focus for many is Christmas. If you are buying a Christmas tree, the question is often, “should it be a live tree or a plastic Christmas tree?”  Of course, you know which TheGardenLady is going to recommend. This column will be about why to buy live trees for the holiday.  […]