Too Cold To Be Outside

A Good Time For Planning: Flowers For Pollinators I Snow came down two days ago accumulating just three inches.  Today the garden is still covered with snow and the temperature dropped down to just above 10°F.  It's a perfect winter day for bird watching through the patio door.  Since the ground is covered with snow and the sources... Continue Reading →

Spring

Colors And Scents Are Back Summer will be here in two weeks and I can feel the heat in the air already.   One day the temperature was hovering below 50º F and I had to wear a sweatshirt in the garden.  The plants just stalled in their growth.  The next day it hit 80º F... Continue Reading →

Bearded Irises

Another Spring Flower The bulb boys are first in spring.  Behind them, the rise of the rhizomes bringing on the bearded Iris.  If you calculate correctly, you will have flowers blooming in the garden all season long from spring to frost.  Most of our flowers from bulbs are already gone.  What we have now are... Continue Reading →

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