A cool spring allows the tulips to linger, every little narcissus, jonquil, and daffodil its day in the sun and spring blooming trees to sway in the breeze just a little longer for us to treasure. Susan Fox
With so few plants that produce beautiful blooms in the shade why would you want to plant this begonia in the sun?” Good question. If you are looking for the shade color companion look no further than tuberous begonias.
Use Good Safety Practices While Gardening & Pruning Your Roses and You’ll Get Lots More Done in The Long Run, Less Time Out For Injuries.
In summation for any rose plant – remove all parts of the bush that are too small or weak to hold up the growth anticipated for this year and leave as much strong wood as you want, the more you leave the bigger the bush will be and the more flowers you will get. Portland Rose Society
We’re welcoming spring at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show this week! Plan to join me as we tour 25 gardens where the theme is “FLOWERTALES: Every Garden Has A Story To Tell”, brought to you by our sponsor Jackson & Perkins, March 14-18 at Navy Pier. You can tweet Continue Reading