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
If you are like me, you begin to feel winter weary as we near the end of January. We are growing tired of cold, dreary days and the thought of suffering through another month (or more) of winter depresses us. We keep our green thumbs busy with some indoor gardening. Seed catalogs, amaryllis and other… Continue reading Photos of Spring help Gardeners endure Winter
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.