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Posts and a 24/7 accessible resource library are foundation pieces of this blog at The Legacy Gardens. The beauty, joy, pleasure in the face of gardening success or failure of my garden efforts are inspiration for my posts.
The Resource Library grows perpetually with the activities at The Legacy Gardens. I want to offer you things that help you feel the garden. Just as if you stopped by for the day and enjoy the gardens with me!
- New posts include
- Things that go wrong in the garden,
- New stuff in the garden, Another experiment,
- Yet another experiment,
- Failures and successes
Favorite posts are available in the Resource LIbrary for printing. Easy to download and save for a time when you are ready to print them out for information or home decor.
Always Watching For Resource Photos
A camera is supposed to go with me wherever I am! Around the house and outside to catch that one big shot! Mostly that works out great for the spur of the moment pictures that only happen once. Because ‘supposed to go’ doesn’t happen every time, I miss a few good photos. So frustrating!
I am fortunate to have some pretty spots to ‘set things up’ to get photos of special things like the Do-It-Yourself plant container made from a milk jug. Or the little water garden in the leftover coffee carafe Gardens and Containers go Hand in Hand
Living ‘in the woods’ offers me great wild backgrounds that can’t be captured in a studio. I do have some small studio tools that help get those inside photos, though.
Ideas In The Resource Library For Weather
Container gardening was very likely at our place this year. Late rains kept the usual garden area very wet and often flooded. I love basic DIY projects where something is reused and repurposed instead of being tossed aside while I spend money on a different beautiful container!
Subscribers have access to the Library to download some information about Do-It-Yourself containers made from things around the house! That small e-booklet has the instructions for creating a container from an empty gallon jug.
Because we had a lot of early rain, we also have a healthy crop of weeds, some of which are going to irritate skin. There are ‘good plants’ in the garden that can be irritating too! But, the biggest culprits seem to be in the wild. I have a checklist of some plants that can be irritating, plus some solution information available for download in addition to the information in the post about irritating plants Irritating Plants Checklist The checklist is only one one sheet of paper. It can be printed in color or black and white.
Easy Access to Good Stuff in Resource Library
I know that when you see a blog post that you want to reference later, you have the tools to clip the information. To help speed and ease your access, I will put favorite posts in the library in PDF format so you can download them easily for future use.
My favorites in the library are the large letter size ( 8.5 inches by 11 inches) prints of favorite pins. They are suitable for framing or just hanging on the refrigerator! I’ve formatted and re-formatted with many pages of test printing, making every effort to have a file that would print attractively for you. These pictures are not going to be advertisements for anything on my website. They will be a collection of inspiration and beauty for subscribers to enjoy
I enjoy Pinterest, both creating my own pins and being able to repin items that attract me. I have favorite patterns and recipes that I go back to over and over!
Remember as subscribers, you have ongoing access to the resource library to get ideas and information, including the decor size printables. If you have questions or any problems getting to the files, please contact me at judyATthelegacygardens.com
Subscribe for On-going Access to Resource Library
If you haven’t had a chance to subscribe, do that now! You should receive a confirmation email. When you confirm your subscription, you will be given immediate and ongoing access to the resource library.