Winter interest from Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens

Introducing to you today the topic of ornamental grasses in the winter garden by Diane Mumm of Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens.

A recent post that Diane Mumm wrote at Best Garden Blogs.com is getting a good bit of attention so sharing at Hortmag.com became a mission of mine. The focus was winter interests with grasses. I had to investigate further and discoverd a treasure trove of information on grasses at her website, Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens.

Diane writes of herself from her profile at Best Garden Blogs:

~~My name is Diane Mumm, I run a greenhouse nursery business in southwest Iowa since 1999. Out in the country you will drive to find us on our 80 acre farm.

The greenhouse is a 40×70 in size making this plenty big for production of any type of plant. You also can come on over to our perennial area that is near the greenhouse where all the perennials will be offered.~~
Thank you for coming to Hortmag.com today! I’m glad you are here.
Anna Looper, Garden Blog Editor
Anna gardens at Flowergardengirl.com

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4 thoughts on “Winter interest from Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens

  1. I agree with Diane about enjoying Winter. Sometimes we tend to gripe about the cold and the length of the winter season, but if we just take it in we well see the beauty that surrounds us even if it is cold out there.

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