PlantTherapy: AT Plant and Garden Roundup
- Gregory at AT:LA points us in the direction of Berkeley’s College of Natural Resources page for attracting bees to the urban garden.
- Shayna at AT:SF passes along a great online ordering experience for her string of pearls plant.
- Elizabeth at The Kitchen is contemplating what not to grow in their herb gardens!
- Jonathan at Re-Nest features some online how-to videos by Ed Bruske via monkeysee that are great gardening tutorials.
AT:Chi has twig trellises, described as ‘Blair Witchey’ and ‘crazypants’ – we agree, but the idea costs zilch to make and has endless possibilities.
AT:SF showed us a protea blossom in a tubular vase. Although not a huge fan of protea in bouquets, I liked this arrangement very much – as one person described it, it’s very ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
AT:LA has a beautiful photo of succulents on a stoop complemented will by the colorful planters. The blues look so rich popping out above that mustard yellow planter.
The Kitchen posting more on Victory Gardens. This image is from the Slow Food Nation Victory Garden project. ‘The food from the garden will be donated to food banks and other needy people with limited access to fresh, healthy food.’
matt at apartment therapy dot com