Tweets monitor the interest and popularity on particular topics. This week (May 17 to May 23) tweets varied from container watering to starvation because of poor soil conditions. Check out the the top 10 soil tweets!
Great news on the #groundchat front. Not only did I celebrate #groundchat’s third birthday on March 30, but I also received Trademark approval notice for #groundchat on the same day!
The great thing about going to corporate events is that you never know what stories, people or ideas will pop up. For instance at the end of August, I visited the Stokes Seeds Trail Gardens on a joint President’s Choice/ Stokes Seeds event in St. Catherines, Ontario. It turns out that the most engaging story for me was meeting Niagara College Coop student, Caitlin Ayling.
Autumn (Fall) offers the perfect opportunity to catch up on your gardening chores. Not only is it cooler and more comfortable to work in autumn, but autumn gardening tasks also mean less work and expense in the busy spring season.
I am a great fan of Twitter, but with so much information and people, it’s easy to spend most of your time tweeting without really “talking” to anyone. The solution? Tweetups: an organized focused session on a particular gardening/landscaping topic. It’s the best filter for finding excellent garden-related information.
I’ve a bone to pick with the official website of Earth Day.