The Gardenangelists

Monochromatic Gardens and Other Gardening Trends

November 25, 2020 Carol Michel, Dee Nash Season 3 Episode 3
The Gardenangelists
Monochromatic Gardens and Other Gardening Trends
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The Gardenangelists
Monochromatic Gardens and Other Gardening Trends
Nov 25, 2020 Season 3 Episode 3
Carol Michel, Dee Nash

This week, Carol and Dee discuss two gardening trends, monochromatic gardens, and growing food, plus they discuss hydrangeas, blue spruces, and what they plan to do in and out of their gardens this week.

Helpful Links include:

Carol wrote a blog post for Thanksgiving about a little bunny named Thumper
Dee wrote about blue flowers in her latest newsletter.

Narcissus 'Silver Charms' at John Scheeper's Bulbs

Garden Design's Garden Trends

Green Flowers, by Alison Hoblyn, photographs by Marie O’Hara (affiliate link)

A Book of Blue Flowers, by Robert L. Geneve (affiliate link)

Color Trend Highlights Pantone.

Hydrangeas: beautiful varieties for home and garden by  Naomi Slade (affiliate link)

Purdue's report on blue spruce problems

Email us at [email protected]  

For more info on Carol and her books, visit her website.  Visit her blog May Dreams Gardens.

For more info on Dee and her book, visit her website.  Visit her blog Red Dirt Ramblings.

Affiliate links to purchase any of our books:

The 20-30 Something Garden Guide: A No-Fuss, Down and Dirty, Gardening 101 for Anyone Who Wants to Grow Stuff, by Dee Nash

Potted and Pruned: Living a Gardening Life, by Carol J. Michel

Homegrown and Handpicked: A Year in a Gardening Life, by Carol J. Michel

Seeded and Sodded: Thoughts from a Gardening Life, by Carol J. Michel

Creatures and Critters: Who’s in Your Garden, by Carol J. Michel

The Christmas Cottontail: A Story for Gardeners of All Ages, by Carol J. Michel





Show Notes

This week, Carol and Dee discuss two gardening trends, monochromatic gardens, and growing food, plus they discuss hydrangeas, blue spruces, and what they plan to do in and out of their gardens this week.

Helpful Links include:

Carol wrote a blog post for Thanksgiving about a little bunny named Thumper
Dee wrote about blue flowers in her latest newsletter.

Narcissus 'Silver Charms' at John Scheeper's Bulbs

Garden Design's Garden Trends

Green Flowers, by Alison Hoblyn, photographs by Marie O’Hara (affiliate link)

A Book of Blue Flowers, by Robert L. Geneve (affiliate link)

Color Trend Highlights Pantone.

Hydrangeas: beautiful varieties for home and garden by  Naomi Slade (affiliate link)

Purdue's report on blue spruce problems

Email us at [email protected]  

For more info on Carol and her books, visit her website.  Visit her blog May Dreams Gardens.

For more info on Dee and her book, visit her website.  Visit her blog Red Dirt Ramblings.

Affiliate links to purchase any of our books:

The 20-30 Something Garden Guide: A No-Fuss, Down and Dirty, Gardening 101 for Anyone Who Wants to Grow Stuff, by Dee Nash

Potted and Pruned: Living a Gardening Life, by Carol J. Michel

Homegrown and Handpicked: A Year in a Gardening Life, by Carol J. Michel

Seeded and Sodded: Thoughts from a Gardening Life, by Carol J. Michel

Creatures and Critters: Who’s in Your Garden, by Carol J. Michel

The Christmas Cottontail: A Story for Gardeners of All Ages, by Carol J. Michel