In one respect, pruning rosebushes isn’t all that different from parenting.
If you like feeding the birds through the winter, here are a few tips from Margaret Rose Realy, the Catholic Gardener.
From spring forsythia branches to fall garden mums I bring the beauty and fragrance of my garden into the house. Some arrangements are minimalistic and modern; others are full and
I’m not quite sure how well Mary Mary Quite Contrary’s silver bells and cockle shells grew, but I am sure
Last month I wrote of Adam and the animals. But did you know that the Feast Day of Adam is
I’ve been pulling weeds and took note of their diversity, growth pattern and required habitat to flourish. Some were shallow
Under the apple tree and along the weathered stockade fence grows an established stand of tall Ostrich Plume ferns, Matteuccia
The sun is high, the breeze is warm, and summer is in full swing. Here at the Catholic Company, summer
My mother is in her mid eighties. Last Saturday morning, my extended family gathered in her backyard. We were all
There is a lot to be said about the quality of the soil in our gardens. The soil supports all