Thyme for Herbs

Blog URL:http://thyme-for-herbs.com
Blog Tags:gardening, herbs, daylilies, perennials, giveaways, flowers, nature, green, outdoor living
Country:United States
State/Province:Michigan
Location:Grand Rapids

A bolg about gardening with herbs and perennials, especially daylilies. Also lots of gardening-related giveaways!



Latest Blog Posts



Flowering Crab Tree

on May 15, 2015

     We had a week of glorious weather and now it's dark and gloomy again with lots of rain.  I understand that spring means rain, but I'm so anxious for good gardening weather to arrive.  And more rain means that the weeds a...

Hallelujah! It's the first day of spring. I thought it might never happen this year but the Earth turned on its axis, and traveled its normal course, so all is well.  I am so looking forward to getting out in the garden.  Most of the s...

   Yes, I know.  I haven't written much again -- well, here at least.  It's winter, I'm not inspired, it's cold, I had food poisoning, and I'm just plain lazy.  All of those are my excuses.  All of those are true, b...

I'm an Author!

on Sep 15, 2014 in: Books

I did it.  I have finally accomplished a lifelong dream -- to become an author.  Yesterday afternoon my first book went live on Amazon.com for Kindle.  Soon it will be out in paperback.  I can't express the feeling.  I was on...

Sad to say it's almost time to put the garden to bed.  I took a head count of late bloomers for next season.  This will help me plan out what else I need to plant to keep my bloom time last longer.  Here is what is still hanging on:Rus...

It's extremely humid this morning, but I couldn't resist a little time in the garden  I have been keeping up on cutting back the spent blossoms and scapes, so this year I won't have such a huge job trying to do it all at once.  Besides if I...

   Did you have any volunteers in your garden?  And by that I don't mean your neighbors who were helping you to weed.  I mean those wonderful surprises that show up completely on their own.   This year I was surprised to...