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125 Container Gardening Ideas
You may not have the space or patience to become a master gardener, but anyone can master container gardening. It’s a cinch—all you need is a container (a planter in true gardener speak), potting soil, some plants and you’re ready to go. Thinking of container gardening like this, it’s easy to see why container gardening ideas can be endless—so endless that you may need a few container garden ideas to point you and your pots in the right direction. From fall container gardening to hanging…
Resurrection Lily, or as my grandmother said, "Naked ladies." They're fun - leaves, then nothing at all; then when you've forgotten all about them - surprise! - long stems & flowers in late July/Aug.
Winter-Sowing 101 – Kevin Lee Jacobs
BELIEVE IT OR NOT, I start my summer garden in December and January, using a neat trick called “Winter-Sowing.” Winter-sowing is an outdoor method of seed germination (invented by Trudi Davidoff) which requires just two things: miniature greenhouses (made from recycled milk jugs) and Mother Nature. You can winter-sow your way to a beautiful garden, too...for pennies.
"Serena Mix Angelonia" aka Summer Snapdragon. For the front of flower beds for those of us who want something carefree that can cope with heat and not a lot of watering. These annuals are apparently sun, heat & humidity tolerant. Blooming late spring - late summer. I'm going to try some I think...
Dahlia Crichton Honey
Dahlia 'Crichton Honey' Note: We are taking a break from selling dahlias in order to build up our mother stock of tubers and to improve the process for our customers and our farm crew. Learn more about our decision and the future of Floret dahlias. We’re continuing to research and experiment with different ways to share dahlias with other flower lovers. Until we are able to offer dahlia tubers again, we have compiled a list of our favorite dahlia suppliers. With warm, peachy-apricot blooms…