Thanks to a spring storm that brought 50+ mph winds through my landscape, I was outside a couple days ago picking up hundreds of sticks. In between endless gardener toe touches – see stick, bend over, pick up stick, stand up, repeat – I snapped a few photos of the flowers and new growth happening… Continue reading My Early Spring Garden
Tulips and daffodils are top of mind when gardeners consider planting bulbs. I relish their bold, bright colors as much as the next gardener, but I adore the minor bulbs. Falling into the small but mighty category, these bulbs are long-lived and often naturalize, forming small colonies. Many bloom early in spring rousing the landscape… Continue reading Glory-of-the-snow brightens gardens in early spring.