Mon 21 Feb 2011
Written by Jeff
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A plan for next year! With spring just around the corner, it is difficult to think about planning for next winter’s garden, but now is the exact time to begin the process. What is planted this year will provide the scenery for that winter! This brief article will offer some ideas about “Getting the most out of cold weather landscapes.”
5 Great Evergreen Perennials for the Winter Garden – After noting the article above, you might want to think about one of the five plants mentioned in the article below to provide winter-interest in the garden during those cold months. [ Don't just look at the pictures ; ) ]
How to organize a seed swap! Are you tired of ordering seeds or purchasing them at your local store only to find you use much less than half the packet? Why not organize a seed swap? Gather some neighbors and their friends who have similar interests and follow the easy steps outlined in the referenced article. Have fun, make friends and save money. Now that’s a winning combination.
Martha Stewart offers time-tested seed-starting tips. Why not learn from the professionals. With many years of experience to offer, I am sure there will be inspiration for all to be found in Martha Stewart’s article!
Gardening on the Moon, www.gardeningonthemoon.com, originally published this post