Gardening 101


Do you wish you had a green thumb? Well, please join me and my fabulous co-hosts today on “After Class with Mrs. Hines”  for some helpful gardening tips for Spring.

Find Everything You Need to Know to Start a Garden at www.mrshinesclass.com

 

We’ll join Leo and Jane at their Cottage on the Crossroads where they’ll share tips on getting a vegetable garden ready for Spring.

Find Everything You Need to Know to Start a Garden at www.mrshinesclass.com


And we need something pretty in which to place fresh flowers from the garden.  While Yvonne creates a lovely floral arrangement, Heather will show us how to make your own painted vase.

Find Everything You Need to Know to Start a Garden at www.mrshinesclass.com


Tammy is going to add some whimsy to the garden with her creative garden markers.    And if you’re as eager to start planting as I am, then you’ll appreciate Erin’s tutorial on starting seedlings indoors.

Find Everything You Need to Know to Start a Garden at www.mrshinesclass.com


And that’s not all!  The episode will air at 1:00 CST on Google +.   I’ll add the video to this post and my Facebook page once we go live.   If you miss it, don’t worry.   You’ll be able to watch the recording from here or Google + at your convenience.

See you in class,

Mrs. Hines

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After 17 years in an elementary classroom, Mrs. Hines retired from teaching to pursue her passions: decorating, writing and homemaking. While her formal education is in teaching, she discovered her talent for design at a young age and is a self-taught decorator. Mrs. Hines' DIY spirit has earned her appearances on the show Deals which airs on the Live Well Network. She continues to teach and inspire on her popular Lifestyle blog, Mrs. Hines' Class. Homemaking is Mrs. Hines' first love. So, when she isn't decorating or writing, you can find her at home watching television with Mr. Hines or trying to keep up with her teenaged daughter.

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  1. We are so ready for gardening here at the old Back Porch. The snow is still melting here. It was a lot and it stayed on the ground two weeks. We are hoping this will help the drought and J’s hosta gardens and other plants around our home will thrive this season.

    Those nasturtiums look amazing. If they are grown without pesticides they make wonderful garnish for dishes. Perhaps we should put some out on the berm by the creek.

  2. Tammy from Deja Vue Designs grows nasturtiums every year and uses them as garnish and in her salads. I’m inspired to plant nasturtiums in my garden this year, too.

  3. I need to start planting our garden before it’s too late :)

  4. Hi Sharon… I am so excited for Spring! The winter where we are has been long and cold… great for cozy nights in front of the fire but I am more than ready to get outside and start thinking about gardening again! Looking forward to checking out your G+ class!

  5. AW, thatnks for sharing such great tips. I am so missing a yard at this time of year. I like my condo, but really miss working in the soil. Thanks for making me feel like I COULD work in it.
    Pinned the video :)

  6. I know you are! Your landscape is so pretty! I can’t wait to see it in full bloom this year.

  7. You could little container gardening if you have a patio!

  8. Yes!! I’ve already begun my gardening and mowing and clean up outside. I love it, it gets me in shape too for Summer… thanks for your links and I’ll check out the tips!!

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