Monthly Archives: May 2020

A Garden of White

To get the greatest value from your landscape plants, they should contribute to the beauty of the yard at least three seasons of the year. To increase the yard’s usage beyond daylight hours, you can add a ‘third’ season that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Creatures and Critters

Creatures and Critters, Who’s in the Garden by Carol J. Michel is a delightful gardening book for you or a confined garden friend. It covers from Garden Fairies to Dinosaurs and a myriad of creatures in between. Carol is a Garden.Comm … Continue reading

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Things to do in your yard in May

15-Minute Gardening– Save coffee pods for seed starters. Empty grounds, rinse, fill with damp starting soil, sprinkle seed and cover with a thin layer of mix. Place in a clear plastic container in which holes have been punch for a … Continue reading

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Caring for Roses

It seems as though for the past few years, spring has snuck up on most of us – it is not supposed to happen in January or February, and then it is catch up time the rest of the year. … Continue reading

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