Happy Monday, everyone! Those of us north of latitude 32 or so have been longing for the end to the snow/sleet/freezing rain and the dreary gray-brown landscape. The gardeners among us have been deluged with seed catalogs and Pinterest prompts that have us dreaming of the lush backyards we delude ourselves each year into thinking we will achieve. *wink*
So today I thought I would provide a few links to entertain both gardeners and mystery lovers, because yes, there is a way to have it all!
Below is a slideshow of pictures from my garden. Not professional by any means, but isn’t it great to see something green this time of year?
Here’s a post from a couple of years ago about the benefits of gardening, including why dirt is good for you!
Gardening and murder can be connected in so many ways: the heavy spade, the razor-sharp pruning shears, the deadly foxglove growing by the fence….
- Mystery author Margot Kinberg discusses the role of gardening in several classic Christie novels (among others). Click on her banner below:
- The Cozy Mystery List Blog is an excellent resource for finding themed mysteries, and there are plenty of garden-themed stories out there.
- How about something more interactive? Shot in the Dark Mysteries has created Mystery Party kits for kids and adults, including something sure to chase away the winter blues: Garden Party Murder – Mystery Party Game.
Do you enjoy gardening? Ever been to a garden party? I’d love to hear from you.
Until next time,