Acting out—a sign of future greatness? Now I see it. My acting out in school was a result of so much good stuff bottled up inside that I couldn’t handle it. This is the image I see as I look back through elementary to my high school years. College? Are you kidding me? I felt
In this Lisa Live! I’m telling the rest of my story of becoming a flower farmer. I share how the farm grew unexpectedly and how a veteran flower farmer sharing with me led me down the pathway to success. Learn how I decided to make that tractor purchase along with the bed maker that tripled
This Lisa Live! maps out how I became a successful flower farmer —- but then crashed and burned. Learn about what the The Gardener’s Workshop started out to be, but how getting cancer saved me from continuing down the wrong path.
…where more than vegetables will be growing. Grandma’s Garden was inspired by one very special woman, my mother-in-law Ruby Ziegler. She is the most extraordinary and most hospitable person I’ve ever met. (And an amazing cook!) Something so rare in modern culture, Ruby and her husband Ken commit to a family tradition that I am
Suzanne and I had the wonderful opportunity to visit this magical place called Flower Camp back in 2005. Flower Camp was owned and created by Nancy Ross Hugo, an author, amazing flower arranger, and was the longtime garden writer for the Richmond-Times Dispatch. Flower Camp has since been retired. I wrote this blog way back
I’ve known Beri since she was a pup. Steve and I are honored and thrilled to become the keepers of this special girl. Living a more serene, slower life on our flatland should lead to green pastures for Beri and for us. Beri is an 8 1/2 year old retired show and performance Golden Retriever