Blogs and Bloggers I Have Known

Elizabeth blogs at aquaberrybliss about outdoor lifestyle.
Her blog is called Aquaberry Bliss.
She features tips on gardening, outdoor excursions and sustainable living.

Eric blogs at Awakening to Awareness
Eric said “…where I share considerations for aligning our lives with what really matters.”

Antique Shop Girl blogs at The Adventures of Antique Shop Girl.
Antique Shop Girl said "Its’ a collection of short stories, antidotes, inspiration & commentary on my often humorous, sometimes poignant, but always thought-provokingly fun experiences running an antiques business in New England and online with Etsy."

The Rambling Gardener said “it’s not really about gardening. More a little bit of writing, photography and some other random thoughts and ideas.”
The Rambling Gardener blogs at The Rambling Gardener

Tom blogs at Noobish Gardener
Noobish Gardener -Life, Gardening and Whisky.

Mothers-The Life I’ve Chosen blogs at Your Super Mum said “motivators, one in a million, teachers, home-keepers, earth-savers, resourceful, supermums”

Rustedoakhomestead said “I have a brand new blog (literally just created) that will be about my adventures in diy urban homesteading, which will include all natural gardening, chicken and rabbit keeping, composting, red worm vermicomposting and other homesteading ideas like preserving/canning etc.

Steve blogs at Mr. Hopeful Steve said “I live in Suffolk, England and blog on gardens, dogs and books.

Anneli blogs at wordsfromanneli Anneli said “My blog is made up mostly of photos and stories about anything I find interesting at the time. Mostly west coast oriented, mostly outdoor things, but not exclusively.

Amy blogs at Theshrubqueen. Amy said “I blog about tropical Florida gardening, plants, dogs, garden design and life in the pond.

Áine (pronounced Aunya) blogs at áinehannah Áine said “I’m in north county Dublin, Ireland, and on ainehannah.wordpress.com, which is a chronicle of gardening in lieu of gym membership for a 50-something Jill of All Trades.

Tina blogs at Chase & Chance’s MomTina said “my blog is about trying to live the pioneer life in the new world way sharing our small farm, crafts, gardens, and simple real world cooking.

Roni blogs at Losing Screws Roni said “I’m Roni and I blog on Losing Screws. Craft and diy household projects.

Johanne Lamarche blogs at French Gardener Dishes
Johanne said “My whole life I have been told I should open a restaurant. I am French Canadian and entertaining well is part of our way of life. In the blog I try to show “how” I create recipes or entertain and even garden, creatively. My intention with blogging was to inspire others by sharing recipes, entertainment ideas/tablescapes or in the garden. I have been blogging a little more than a year.

Fairy lives in Australia and blogs at Organised Castle Fairy said “I am Fairy, live in Australia and my blog is It is a mix of gardening, cooking, sewing and decluttering.

It’s Not To late. If you missed it. You still have time to add your Blog to my soon to be publishd – Town & Country Gardening Blog Honor Roll.

Please leave me a comment or mail me:
Your (First)Name (User Name)
your Blog Name
Your Blog URL Address
And a short Description about your blog

I will post your blog on my, soon to be published, Blog Honor Roll for all to see. Thanks

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16 responses to “Blogs and Bloggers I Have Known

  1. Kind of you, sir, to awaken us to other interesting and worth-a-read blogs. Equally important, thanks for sharing so much of your accumulated wisdom with we who read/follow your posts.

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  2. Pingback: Elizabeth Featured on Town and Country Gardening’s List of “Blogs and Bloggers I Have Known” | Elizabeth Adan

  3. so fun to see new blogs and fallow some of them…

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  4. anthonypickering

    Anthony
    I Am Not An Urban Hippie?
    http://www.iamnotanurbanhippie.com
    The rampant rambling of someone trying to live a greenish life in Melbourne Australia.

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  5. Thanks so much for the free advertising. It’s great to see what other bloggers are out there.

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  6. This is so great of you to share! Thank you so much for including me and my blog! =]

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  7. Thank you so much for the mini feature! Such an interesting array of bloggers from all over the world! Impressive content in these new to me blogs. Loving discovering new bloggers.

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  8. Thanks, here is the garden update. Garlic, radishes, fennel and snow peas are all up and growing. No edibles yet.

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  9. Thanks for the add. I am reading up on gardening how-tos for the spring. Just bought my first set of herbs to start in my kitchen: Basil, Parsley, Oregano, Dill & Rosemary. Wish me luck!

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    • Your very welcome.
      Herbs are mostly easy to grow in the soil or in containers as long as you remember which one’s like to be watered often keeping soil moist(not wet) and which one’s like to have the soil dry well before watering.
      Happy Successful herb gardening.

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