Tag: Plant photography

Plant Flowers, Attract Beneficial Insects

Plant Flowers, Attract Beneficial Insects

| June 27, 2018 | Reply

Plant flowers, attract beneficial insects Some new gardeners don’t realize the role beneficial insects play in the garden, nor, the necessity of planting flowers to attract them for a vegetable garden. I was just out on my back deck observing numerous bees attracted to our tree, which is in bloom. And while they were in […]

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Braised Chard Southern Style

Braised Chard Southern Style

| April 4, 2018 | Reply

Sunday I made Braised Chard Southern Style. I bought Charlotte Chard seeds Gina from Open Circle Seeds at the National Heirloom Expo last September. I planted them in a small planter, and had gorgeous leaves in need of eating. The fog had rolled in and I had a hankering for some Southern comfort food. I hope […]

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Two New Growing Peppers Videos

Two New Growing Peppers Videos

| November 20, 2017 | Reply

I have two new growing peppers videos, which detail the complete start to finish experience. This year I grew 36 pepper plants, about 16 varieties, and all looked good till the end of August. While I was away for two nights at the National Heirloom Expo, 31 plants got attacked by leaf miner. My two […]

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English Countryside Through My Lens

English Countryside Through My Lens

| August 14, 2017 | Reply

I bring you the English Countryside Through My Lens. From May 21st to May 31st, 2017, I traveled in the U.K. My goal was to expose my readers to gardens and English countryside they might not otherwise see, or would like to see again. And being a member of Broadband TV, a YouTube partner, I have […]

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Europe Here I Come

Europe Here I Come

| May 21, 2017 | Reply

Europe Here I Come – I’m rushing to leave my house in three hours for my Late Bloomer Europe tour. I’m visiting friends new and old, and meeting loyal Late Bloomer fans in person. I love my fans as much as I love my garden, and while the weather is nice in the U.K., Amsterdam […]

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Five-Year Collaboration

Five-Year Collaboration

| April 23, 2017 | Reply

Five-Year Collaboration – My sound editor, Christina Horgan, with whom I’ve worked five years on Late Bloomer Show, posted this yesterday, our fifth anniversary, on Facebook. This shows how rewarding collaboration can be. “Who knew?!” Five years ago today, Kaye Kittrell had an idea to create a web series around her experiences of transforming her urban front […]

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Get Primed for Earth Day

Get Primed for Earth Day

| April 21, 2017 | Reply

Get Primed for Earth Day and watch “California Super Bloom,” Kaye’s 100th episode, Season 5 finale! Kaye takes you on a tour of Southern California deserts in search of the Super Bloom! Red Rock Canyon, Carrizo Plain National Monument, Gorman, and Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve! Kaye put some miles on her Prius! Please watch […]

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Build Compost with Seaweed

Build Compost with Seaweed

| March 15, 2017 | Reply

Learn how to build compost with seaweed with guest Ranka Tessin in Northern Germany in the latest “Late Bloomer!” Kaye’s wanted to do a soil episode for a long time. She decides to go collect some seaweed after seeing Ranka’s clips and reading her letter, which she shares. Also, one of Kaye’s favorite garden YouTuber’s, Siloe […]

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Wet Nature Fun in the Santa Monica Mountains

Wet Nature Fun in the Santa Monica Mountains

| February 26, 2017 | Reply

Check out my Wet Nature Fun in the Santa Monica Mountains vlog just uploaded! I know it’s Oscar night, but can you spare seven minutes for Part 1? Part 2 is finished and I will upload it in the morning. I wanted to check out the water rushing down the canyon after the deadly Los Angeles […]

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Valentine’s Garden Update, Fans, Flowers, More!

Valentine’s Garden Update, Fans, Flowers, More!

| February 14, 2017 | Reply

Valentine’s Garden Update, Fans, Flowers, More!  I stayed up very late to get this episode finished and uploaded for Valentine’s Day, my birthday! Please do me the favor of watching and sharing with friends. This is a packed episode with a February flower slideshow, a long overdue garden update (the garden I didn’t plan to have […]

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