Category: plants

Some pretty plants from the Mayo Clinic gardens.

Beautiful marigolds grown by my good friend Jessica!

Help Me Spoil My Cat

So lots of people have gone and liked my cat’s picture on Facebook, putting him in 4th place for Pet of the Month at my local clinic. If he wins, he gets free food, toys, and medical treatment! Please help me spoil him because I love him and want nothing but the best for him. ❤️ CLICK THE LINK BELOW AND LIKE THE PICTURE!!!! ❤️

Cute pics of Congo to encourage you to vote him for Pet of the Month at my local clinic! ❤️ He’s in 4th place! Vote for him so he can win free toys!!



Hey, guys. So I need to confess that I have been sick. For the past year and a half I’ve been battling an unknown illness. It’s been very difficult. I’ve had to drop out of college and put my life on hold until we can figure out what this is and how to treat it. Gardening is very hard for me and I’m not going to be able to grow anything this year. I’m also not able to leave my house most days so I can’t go out and admire nature and share it with you. I have no idea when life will get back to normal so I’m going on hiatus indefinitely. As soon as I get better, I’ll be back full force but as of now, I have to take a break. Thank you guys so much for supporting this blog. It means so much. ❤️

Thinking of selling these cute preserved flower earrings. What do you guys think?

Soil pH is a measurement of the alkalinity or acidity of the soil.

Soil pH is measured on a scale of 1-14, with 7 as the neutral mark. Anything below 7 is considered acidic, or sour, soil and anything above 7 considered alkaline or sweet, soil.

The pH of soil has a very big role in plant growth and its survival.

Though it is not a nutrient, it controls the availability of the nutrients to the plant. So it does not matter how much nutrient you put into the soil, if it can not get absorbed by the plant it is of no use.

Read more on this here:

Soil pH: A Basic Idea

Happy Valentines Day ❤️

I’m Alive!

Sorry for the inactivity guys! College has been difficult and the winter doesn’t make for a great growing season. There will be TONS of new stuff to show you this spring though. Can’t wait! Get your green thumbs ready. 💚