Author Archives: Victoria LK Williams

About Victoria LK Williams

I live in a wonderful small town on the coast of Florida and have plenty of access to the beaches and Indian River. I am a proud Christian. I have great son & I married my best friend over 34 years ago. We have 2 cats. I am the author of the Citrus Beach Mystery Series and the Sister Station Series. I love to read, walk, garden, watch good movies, enjoy nature and love chocolate and a good cup of coffee!! Did I say I like chocolate?

Out with the Old

There’s something both heartbreaking and exhilarating about redoing a landscaping. It’s sad to tear out old plants that have reached their maturity and are declining, but it is also necessary for a new landscape to be installed. When I’m called … Continue reading

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A tiny little secret…

One of my all-time favorite books is The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I read it as a child, and have re-read it many times as an adult. I have always been fascinated by the work and comradely that … Continue reading

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Bragging Time!

Spring Break Spring Break…those two words put together can have different meanings to different groups of people. To the young families struggling through a long winter stuck indoors, it can mean a week’s vacation to a warmer, family friendly destination. … Continue reading

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A garden to tell us about you?

Driving around, I find sharp contrast to the landscapes in our area…                OR         I find it amazing how much the landscaping plantings reflect our personalities. From the well-manicured lawn … Continue reading

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Garden Critters

Some Things Just Go Hand-In-Hand. I’ve been providing horticultural services for over 30 years, and I can say with confidence that there are certain types of people who have a true love of plants. From the simple exotic Orchid to … Continue reading

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Testing the Winds

The wind and your landscape go hand in hand. Without the wind, landscaping will not grow to its highest potential. The flowers need the wind for pollination. Cooling from the heat from sun’s rays beating down on the foliage of … Continue reading

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Plant or Pot?

What comes first? This question is as old as the chicken and egg. It should be a serious question when you’re doing container gardening. What do you believe is more important; the plant or the container? The answer is different … Continue reading

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