Garden Art

Posted by on January 20, 2018

Garden art that is now exposed may need to be moved until the spring foliage returns. What was once whispering for attention nestled next to the summer and fall foliage, can look stark and out of place during the winter months. I move much of my garden art to the shed for the winter.  



How-to Make Woven Wattle Edging

Posted by on November 26, 2017

This story first appeared in Triangle Gardener ~Helen Yoest Most can not deny the charming appeal of woven English wattle edging; and do you know just how easy it is to make? The craft of wattling was brought to America by English settlers, and even today in Williamsburg, the basket-weave rustic charm of wattle is […]


Surprising Summerville, South Carolina!

Posted by on November 6, 2017

This is a story about a blogger, who learned a lesson I hope to never repeat. Sometimes I can be so uninformed! My blog reached a status within two years of starting Gardening with Confidence ten years ago. Don’t hate me, each year, I’m asked to do several travel- and garden-related stories. My latest was […]