These cold and dreary winter days make me long for spring, warm weather and gardening. Is there anything to do to get out of the “cabin fever” mood?
How can I get some winter interest in my garden? It’s looking a little stark and bare.
‘Tis the season for snow, family, food, quiet reflection, personal peace and gift giving. I have lots of gardening friends and I am considering indoor plants as gifts. Do you have any ideas?
Are there any more garden tasks that I need to do to get the garden “ready for bed” this winter?
Are there any garden tasks that I need to do to get the garden “ready for bed” this winter?
I would like to expand my flower garden. I love the sequence of bloom with perennials and the long blooming annuals. Is there a way to get more plants without having to buy more next spring?
I have a lovely lacecap hydrangea that I would like to propagate. Do you have any suggestions?
What plants besides annuals offer color in the garden during July?
How do I take care of my rhododendrons? They flowered well in the spring, and I want to be sure that they stay in good condition.