It's the first Wednesday of July which means it's once again time for another Well Read Wednesday. To change things up a bit, today I'm reviewing a great and informative blog I've been reading for the last few months: Northwest Edible Life, maintained by Erica Strauss.
I have a few projects I've done over the last few months that I've been meaning to post, so I thought today would be a good day to talk about my indoor, hanging, vertical garden. This is mostly because I've been feeling like a brown thumb lately, and, of all my plant projects, it has been the easiest to execute, easiest to maintain, and the most aesthetically pleasing to look at, so over all, I'd call it a success!
It's once again Thursday! For this week's Green Thumb Thursday, I interviewed my good friend and fellow Seattlite, Cassy Allyson. As you'll see in the planterview below, Cassy is an all-around amazing person with a passion for helping people, a knack for being nice to the earth and its creatures, an amazingly healthy garden, and an unmatched adoration for her beloved Jayhawks. So keep reading to find out how Cassy manages to keep her Pacific Northwest life tasty and green!
Happy Thursday y'all! Lately I've been thinking about how much I have learned about plants from my mother. She taught me about the joys of growing things from seed, the frustration when your soil is half clay, the superior tastiness of pretty much anything you grow yourself, and how even a sinkhole can be made more beautiful with lilies. I'm very grateful that I'll be able to see her this mother's day, and with any luck, we may even be able to do some gardening! So in honor of mother's day and all that my mom has taught me, this week's Green Thumb Thursday planterview is with Mama Yardful (because, you know, she has a yard)!