Celebrating summertime fun, play, and homegrown abundance is the inspiration behind DRINKING THE SUMMER GARDEN, a lushly photographed, 80-page, full-color collection of cool seasonal drinks and accompanying treats and nibbles. Using a wide range of ingredients and flavors available fresh from summer gardens and farmers markets, Gayla Trail shows you how to concoct seasonal drinks that you can’t buy in a bottle.
This stunning number can be enjoyed year round and offers ensembles from that ‘little black dress’ to the all-out party wear. It doesn’t matter what size you need. We cover everything from the itsy-bitsy two piece to expansive creations perfect for the plus-sized garden.
Have you noticed the new clamshell packages of fresh figs appearing at the grocery store? If not, keep your eye out for figs hidden among the berries in the produce aisle from May through fall and buy them ASAP
Before I started doing projects for Lowe's Creative Ideas Garden Club, I blogged about a problem that developed last year with one of our Harry Lauder's Walking Stick (Corylus avellana 'Contorta') shrubs.
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