Question: Each fall, I purchase pots of blooming mums to add to my fall garden. They are supposed to be hardy, but many fail to survive the winter. What should I do?
With the “unofficial” start to summer under our belts and hopefully some quality and enjoyable time in the garden/yard over Memorial Day weekend, it’s hard not to think about spending as much time as possible outdoors. As you think of ways … Read Article
Free yourself from the dreaded cabin fever that seems to appear at this “in between” time of the year by picking up past issues of Horticulture magazine! We’ve done a little spring cleaning and discovered a few extra copies of … Read Article
Last spring I had the chance to speak at one of Proven Winners’ Extravaganzas. It was the Year of Saying Yes- so I did. (This is now the Year of Saying No, so don’t even bother trying)
I wanted to thank NereidNina, the I-Tunes listener, for reminding me to do a task that is critical to you, our listeners. Chris Hansen and I talked about a number of winter trees, shrubs and perennials but I failed to … Read Article
Inside Krohn Conservatory it is warm and pleasantly humid. I can hear the sound of the waterfall in the center house as I make my way to the seasonal display room. This is as close to gardening as I have … Read Article