Category Archives: bulbs in spring

Fading Bulbs…What to Do

Take heart, your early daffodils and tulips that are fading now are actually getting ready for next spring!  How amazing is that?  As the daffs turn papery brown and their pretty yellow heads drop, with a pair of kitchen scissors … Continue reading

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GRASS TO GARDEN – A Primer

Grass is a great surface for kids, croquet and cutting.  If you have a grassed area of more than 10’x10′ you have a monoculture and that means lots of problems. It means there is too much of one (mono) thing … Continue reading

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On Garden Staring: Daffs and Forget-Me-Nots

Sometimes in the depths of winter, I get wrapped up in my down coat, scarf(ves), mitts and toque (I’m Canadian, eh?) lace up my boots and trundle outside to talk to my garden.  Yes … just stand in my garden … Continue reading

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