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DIY Birdbath From Vintage Glass

Easy DIY birdbath for your garden made from vintage glass via http://lifeovereasy.com/

Those of you who drop in regularly know I love myself a great thrift store find. I get a little rush every time I score something fun and unique and cheap. You may remember the fun Value Village Tour I did last fall with some blogger friends. I found some vintage glassware and made these […]


5-Minute Flower Arrangement From The Garden

Make this easy flower arrangement with flowers from your garden in only 5 minutes! via http://lifeovereasy.com/ #diy #bouquet

This pretty arrangement is fast and easy. And free for anyone who has a few basic garden perennials, or who can steal borrow them from an unsuspecting friendly neighbour. You can make it in 5 minutes flat. The key here is


How To Grow Chamomile For Tea

Grow your own chamomile for tea via lifeovereasy.com #garden #herbs #diy

My grandmother always grew her own chamomile for tea. She used to dry it in her attic, which was a magical place to explore during my childhood trips to her home in Italy. The smell of chamomile still brings me back to those days. I think my grandmother believed chamomile tea with honey fixed just […]


The Easiest Flower Arrangement

DIY easy hosta leaf floral arrangement

3 hosta leaves. Glass vase. 30 seconds. That’s all you need to make this simple and beautiful arrangement. I threw one together for my recent Summer Oasis backyard party for a few of my girlfriends. Summer’s all about taking it easy, and this arrangement fit the bill perfectly. Hostas are plentiful, and if you don’t […]


Pottery In The Garden

decorate your house with outdoor pottery!

Just spending a sunny summer day hanging some pottery in the garden and thought I’d share some shots. Most potters I know have gardens full of their rejects. I’ve had lots of that over the years, but lately I’ve actually been making some pieces with the intention of leaving them outdoors. It’s a nice way […]


How To Grow Mint

how to grow mint

Mint is an easy herb to grow. Most people buy a tiny mint plant at the garden store and pop it into the garden, and that’s pretty well that. But if you want to do it right, there are a few more things you need to know. I tried to plant a mint garden. I […]


Chili Pepper Haul

This is my entire chili pepper haul for the year. Two big bowls. That’s a lot of heat. I had been leaving them on the plants as long as possible, letting them grow while playing chicken with the frost. I heard from my dad the other night that I had to bring them in. My […]


Easy Ikea Planter Hack

I was a little short of planters this year. If you saw the size of my yard, you would understand. It is something short of an acre in size, with all kinds of spaces to care for, clean, and decorate. It’s a little overwhelming. What I would need in order to whip this space into […]


How To Make Beautiful Flower Arrangements

Todays flower arranging lesson is brought to you by my 15 year old. Lately, Isabel has picked up the habit of heading out into the garden with the dog and coming back in with an armful of flowers. She plunks these into random vases, and leaves them all over the house. It’s been a real […]


Outdoor Meditation Space

Looking for a little more calm and relaxation in your life? Need a stress-busting zone? Why not create an outdoor meditation area! Studies have shown that connecting with nature can significantly reduce your stress and provide all kinds of health benefits. Now that the warm weather is finally here, I thought I would love to […]


It’s a Garlic Bouquet

Look what my dad gave me today – it’s a garlic bouquet! Hand delivered by my dad himself, along with other goodies from his garden. He actually wrapped some twine around the garlic and tied a bow. If you know my dad, you would know that this might be a once in a lifetime thing […]


We Have Tomatoes!

Real tomatoes. From my garden. Actually, just from 2 pots I have on the patio, but still… WE HAVE TOMATOES! All thanks to Costco and the amazing deal I found there of giant tomato plants, complete with tomato cage and several large green tomatoes that just needed a tiny bit of TLC to ripen, all […]


Blinging Up Your Garden

adorable little bootie planter My neighbors have the kind of garden we all dream about in the city. Gorgeous, immaculately maintained, filled with diverse plants, trees and a stunning Koi pond.  I will do another feature in the future when the roses are in bloom but in the meantime, I quickly took some snapshots of […]


Pottery Hearts

I am a bit of a frustrated artist. Kind of messed up for an engineer, but there you go. I have dabbled over the years in several artistic odds and ends. I’ve tried some painting (see my watercolour in This Artist Fits My Budget), had lots of fun with photography, and even tried my hand […]


Meet My Garden Goddess

This stone beauty sits near the path into the woods in my backyard. She looks pretty serene considering the exciting life she’s led. She’s actually a famous actress, co-starring with Mike Meyers in The Love Guru. Legend has it he donated her along with other props from the movie to Habitat For Humanity. Lucky for […]


The Poppies Are Coming The Poppies Are Coming

My poppies burst open today in my front garden. I have been nurturing these babies since the summer before last, and I finally have a robust little bunch. This is the first one that opened, and I think she is just stunning! Two more appeared


A Few Edible Flowers

In the height of summer when fall still seems so far away, it’s easy to take your garden for granted. But at this time of year as the weather gets colder, I find I really treasure the few things left. I like to grow edible flowers, which are hard to buy because


Easy Arrangement

I have always loved having some space in the garden for plants that provide cut flowers. Hydrangeas are a perfect example. Pretty and low-maintenance, I have several varieties in my garden. Some of these hydrangeas were originally indoor plants that I purchased at Easter for the house. After the blooms faded, I simply cut the […]


Good Bye Outdoor Shower

We are lucky enough to have this lovely little shower out in the backyard by the pool. It is just a prefabricated unit we bought several years ago from Rona. It really came in handy the summer we renovated our bathroom (although the arrangement did lose some of its charm when the days grew colder […]


Fall Harvest

Although I am blessed with a large backyard, I don’t really have many open sunny areas where I can grow vegetables. I compensate a little by growing what I can in pots on the deck and around the yard. This year, trying to expand my efforts, I created a new area for about 8 large […]


Tiny Flowers

tiny flower and berry arrangment

Nothing is sweeter than fresh flowers brought in from your own garden.  And there’s just something precious about watching your kids pick them in the backyard.  As children, both my girls would create lovely little bundles of flowers and herbs for me, often tied with grass or leaves.  Recently one of them brought in this […]


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