Author: Lenin Fletcher

Peonies Plant of The Week

Traveling American back roads, abandoned farmsteads come into view. More times than not, a thriving peony (Paeonia spp.) bush stands guard. Time your visit right, and you’ll be greeted by intoxicating blooms. The sight and smell testify to the tough beauty and resilience of these gorgeous old-time plants. Under the right conditions, they’ll live a century. …

Dandelion Tea Recipe

Dandelion tea is a delicious drink but lately has taken on a large following with people using it as a dietary aid. In my own experiences I have found just as it’s reported that the dandelion tea prevents hunger cravings. Honestly I’m not sure that it works more than just drinking a tall glass of water …

Mosaic Stone Fence

I found this photo today and it’s awesome. I wish I knew how long it took to complete. The stones look like river rock, but much larger than the ones I’ve seen at my local garden center. They could be flagstones now that I look at it again, obviously with a mix of boulders to serve …