Rustic Garden Ideas
Due to the three day snow storm here in Duluth we will be opening at NOON today – Dec. 5th.
We’d love for you to join us at Gardening Junky for some fun and relaxed holiday shopping! No long lines. No pushing and shoving. Just a festive holiday atmosphere.
Stop in for some holiday treats and conversation. And, while you’re there – Sign up for our Daily Drawings during our Black Friday and Shop Small Saturday events.
We are open… Continue reading
Guest post by Daniel Novak
Even in the icy grip of winter it is never too early to start developing garden plans for spring planting.
Awash with sunshine, resplendent with Shasta daisies, wild sunflowers, and purple coneflowers gently waving in the warm seasonal breeze, the subtle murmur of the drone of bees and other… Continue reading
More people and companies are turning to vertical gardens as a way to utilize wasted space, grow food in urban areas, and create healthier living environments.
Green walls can play a role in lowering indoor air pollutants, help with reducing rain water runoff, and in protecting buildings. Check out the attached articles to see some innovative ways verticals gardens are… Continue reading
I recently headed out for a fun weekend in Little Falls, MN with my best Junking-Buddy and sister, Lisa. We had a great time!
With a great stroke of luck we landed rooms at the Waller House Inn in Little Falls. Oh my – what a beautiful place! The rooms were amazing and… Continue reading
I’ve been busy in the greenhouse over at the Gardening Junky Shop. We have been converting an old greenhouse from a full functioning growing facility, into a green space for displaying our garden goods. We are still growing plants, just not on a large scale like a full-blown greenhouse.
Now that we are almost done with all the grunt-work, I… Continue reading
I’m looking out the window at two feet of snow and I’m daydreaming about patio ideas. Spring is coming, and I’m thinking about putting in a patio in the backyard where my firepit now sits.
Winter is most definitely here in northern Minnesota. When the gardens are dormant I turn to gardening magazines, books, and online garden sites to give me inspiration for next summer’s garden.
Today I went in search of garden art and accessories at Etsy. Below are some items I found that would be a fun addition to any garden.
Terrariums are making a comeback. I remember making terrariums years ago using old jars and glass vases. You didn’t hear much about them for a couple of decades, but now they are back in a big way.
Terrariums are an easy way for people who live in apartments, or who just don’t really like gardening, to bring a bit of… Continue reading