Keeler Gardens at the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival

If you are following us on Facebook you already know that we are visiting the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.

As of this blog post we have reported from the following gardens:

We still have a few more gardens we will report from so make sure you are following us on Facebook and in the upcoming weeks we will put all of the videos together on YouTube into a nice playlist to have the whole week in one place. Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter so you will be the first to know when they are posted.

In addition, make sure you are following us on Instagram as we are highlighting different topiaries each day from around the festival. In the upcoming weeks we will add the photos to a gallery here on our website.

You can watch the Facebook Live videos on our Facebook Page and let us know if there are any other gardens you would like to see.

One last note, the Chicago Flower and Garden show is coming up soon. I, Ed, will be presenting at 2pm on Monday, March 20th on Mobile Photography in Your Garden, and we will also be presenting at 5:00pm on Friday, March 24th on the evolution of Keeler Gardens. We hope to see you there. Make sure to come up and say hello.

The Midwest Gardeniere

The time has come!! The moment we have all been waiting for-
Scott’s Miracle Gro and The Home Depot present…

Gina, The Midwest Gardeniere

in three new videos ready for viewing.  You can go to the Gardenieres site to find videos or you can go right to each video with the links below.

You can see me, GG, in my garden at

Watch me working on my climbing roses at

And I am ammending clay soil at

I am so excited, the videos came out fabulous!  Please pass along the links to everyone you know.  I mean that…everyone.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoy my garden.

We just finished filming the next round of videos so here are a couple of teasers…

We did two “vertical” gardens, one with fall tones…

And one on the stairs with a blue focus.  Here are pictures looking down from the top step and up from the sidewalk.

Aren’t they just awesome!  I designed them both and I am so pleased with how they look.  Thanks so much to my wonderful mother, who picked out the blue torch at the bottom and gave me the tall amber torch as a gift.

Once again, any comments or suggestions please leave me a note, and please subscribe to the blog.

See you next time with the first post in our design series.