Posts filed under: Garden

Plant Pick of the Month – Sweet Autumn Clematis

Sweet Autumn Clematis is magnificent fall blooming vine. It begins to shine when most of my perennials are worn out from their long struggle in the Texas heat over the... Read More

A Trip Down Memory Lane….Our Wedding Day

In honor of our 6 year wedding anniversary, let me take you on a trip down memory lane and give you a glimpse into our wedding day. When David proposed... Read More

J Dub’s Wins of the Week – September 19th Edition

Before I share my Wins of the Week, I want to let you know that I will keep my ramble short and sweet. Oh look…… I rhymed. Also, no promises... Read More

September in My Gardens

What does September look like in my gardens? As soon as Labor Day is a thing of the past, I start pulling out all of my fall decor. But, that... Read More

J Dub’s Wins of the Week – September 5th

Before I talk about my WINS of WEEK, let me just say I can’t believe we are almost a full week into September. The best part……Mother Nature took her cue... Read More

J Dub’s Monthly Plant Pick – Whale’s Tongue Agave

The Whales’ Tongue Agave is one of my most favorite agave I have ever grown. This plant, otherwise known as Agave Ovatifoliatia, is not only gorgeous, it is unique…..and, sometimes,... Read More

My Love Affair with Grass

I give my father all of the credit for my over the top, head over heels love affair with grass. Yes, I am weird, but I will tell you this……my... Read More

Spring Home Refresh

I know it’s time for J Dub’s Spring Home Refresh when I start itching to hang my spring wreaths. Come on in and take a look around. I will give... Read More

My First Orchid That I Didn’t Want

David gave me my first orchid, even though I didn’t want it. Don’t get me wrong, I love house plants.  All my life I have nurtured them in my home... Read More
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My Guidelines for Moth Orchids

My guidelines for moth orchids are simple because these plants are super easy to grow. There was a time I would never have said that. Instead, I believed that moth... Read More