Using Color in Your Garden

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As a gardener, you are an artist. (I know that’s sometimes hard to believe. When you are on your knees, pulling weeds, dirt smudged on your forehead from where you wiped away the sweat, it can be hard to see yourself as something that glamorous.) I read a great quote recently that said artistry wasn’t limited […]

Falling in Love – with Tomatoes

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So if you recall, last time in this space I was talking about the joys of being a mom and trying to achieve that work/life balance and saying that I was hoping I’d be spending Mother’s Day in the garden with my sons, getting this year’s veggie crop into the ground. Little did I know […]

Mom: Best Job Title Ever

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I really like Mother’s Day. From a work standpoint, it is awesome because it’s usually the kickoff weekend for our busy season. Well, as long as the weather cooperates; if we get a weird Mother’s Day snowstorm, that tends to put a damper on people’s enthusiasm for gardening! But as much as I love my […]

Spring Has Sprung

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Spring tends to sneak up on me. I was thinking about this while I was watering my perennials this weekend. It’s such a changeable season here in Flagstaff. We enjoy warm, flower-friendly weather for a few days and then – whoosh – spring suddenly disappears in a rush of wind, cold temps and even the […]

Hello and Welcome to My First Blog

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Welcome to my first blog! I’m so excited to be able to share expert gardening tips, insights on horticulture trends, and also some of our philosophy here at Warner’s Nursery about how gardening can be great for you, your property – and for your family. That last part is really important to me because Warner’s […]