Twitter Garden Friend’s Blogs

Twitter Garden Friend’s Blogs

twitter_logo_s.pngMy Twitter gardening friends are a wonderful resource of information for you and I both and I want to offer them a “shout out” today. I learn a great deal from them and I hope that you will check out their blogs and gardening information. I know that many of you probably visit these blogs already but just in case not, please check out:

You Grow Girl– Gayla (@yougrowgirl) of course, is an expert in the industry and well-regarded for her plant knowledge. This recent post on Butternuts was an unusual topic and also very educational. I think that nuts in general do need more attention, especially as they are a great source of protein.

Robin at Bumblebee Blog (@bumblebeegarden) blogged this week about her pet chicken, Maxine. Unfortunately, Maxine is the second Maxine she has had and also the second to die early. Adding to the frustration was an attempt to find a veterinarian who treats pet chickens-to no avail. Rest in peace, Maxine. Sorry for your loss, Robin.

Garden Punk@Gardenpunk posted a new one on her blog and you’ve GOT to check out her gorgeous maple tree. Never seen leaf color quite like that! Plus, I am so happy to see that she is still planting in raised beds-my fave. You go, GardenPunk!

A Way to Garden@awaytogarden is a very cool friend who also has garden forums and therefore a lot of knowledge at the fingertips. Thanks to my twitter friend, @awaytogarden!

Garden3R@garden3r recently wrote about using garlic for pest control-a topic I find very interesting as you know I am into organic growing whenever possible. It apparently works best as a preventative spray and won’t kill the good things off that are needed in your garden. Very cool.

Don’t forget to also follow me on Twitter! Follow Flora, @NWGardenFlora.

3 Comments
  • Katie
    Posted at 21:08h, 18 November Reply

    Ah shucks, thanks for the link and shout out. I’ve been away from blogging about gardening for a while, so it’s nice to get positive feedback about my garden-related post!

    And the maple is the only one like it in the neighborhood. I feel so lucky! It’s 1000x more amazing in person too.

  • Flora
    Posted at 09:58h, 19 November Reply

    Thanks for stopping by @gardenpunk! I am going to go drool at your maple again now… =) ~Flora

  • Alena
    Posted at 04:58h, 13 December Reply

    I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

    Alena

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