Have you heard of a new site called Pinterest? It is basically a virtual cork board that allows you to organize and share all the interesting things you find on the internets. Just like other social websites, you “follow” the people who have similar interests, or you can just follow particular boards. It is a fun (and beautiful) way to discover new things.
This is me on Pinterest. Right now Pinterest is only open to new members after you get on the waiting list. But I will be happy to send an invite to the first few people who respond in the comments section with their email address. If you’re already pinning away, leave me a link to your profile, I’d love to follow you there.
I do pin all sorts of things, not just gardening articles. If you’d rather not see that crafting ideas I’m infatuated with, or home decorating pins, or all my ampersands and salt and pepper sets, you can just follow these boards, where I stick to garden related links:
One board in particular that I want to draw your attention to is a group board about edible gardening with pins contributed by various garden bloggers: