There are not many things that stir the soul quite like hearing the one you love play familiar gospel hymns on his new (well, actually used and very old) baby grand piano.
Summer officially begins this week, and there are so many great plants we can grow during this season. But I really miss one that we can't grow in the summer: annual impatiens.
Ah, June -- the month for dads, grads and brides, not to mention the first day of summer. Oh, you thought summer had already started? Not so.
I have always heard that friends are the family you choose. Virginia Woolf said it best: "Some people go to priests, others to poetry, I to my friends."
Most folks who know me would declare I am always five or ten minutes late.
If you squinch your eyes just a little, open your imagination as far as it will go, and add a sprinkle of pixie dust if you have it handy, it's not that hard to make them "real."
I wrote earlier about my 40-year struggle with growing roses.
I wished that moment would last forever.
In early April, my wife and I had the honor of being part of the 2017 Garden Clubs of Mississippi Spring Pilgrimage, as our little urban farm was one of the tour's stops.
Now that our gardens and landscapes are heating up, it is the perfect time to plant annual flowering vinca.
Ah, Sophia ... I remember the days leading up to when she would be ours.
Beep, beep! What's that?
My mind is saturated with unforgettable mothers, I suppose because Mother's Day marks our calendars once again.
It's all the rage to plant butterfly gardens in our home landscapes.
Driving around town this weekend, I enjoyed all the work fellow gardeners have been doing in their yards.
This is a story of hope.
What is it about flowers that we love so much?
After being laid up for the last few weeks recovering from a knee replacement, I've really enjoyed finally getting out and picking up some heat-loving summer annual color.
One of my favorite things to do in the spring and early summer is visit my local garden centers.
My favorite prefix is "re."
3. Works in Wood exhibit opens today in West Point ENTERTAINMENT