Sat 8 Jun 2013
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Mini Garden Makeovers
I’m sorry for the pop up that you will probably see when you visit this web page, but it has some good ideas to offer. Check out the tip with the shoes as they look particularly good. I always enjoy picking up one or two new ideas and I hope you do as well.
After bloom care for daffodils (Don’t go daffy!)
Almost everyone enjoys the first blush of daffodils in the spring when little else is providing a sunny smile and cheerful repose. This article will explain how to ensure that your daffodils maintain their vigor and return with glory for many, many years.
Color choices for the garden
Dashes of bold color in the garden add interest and beauty. Color can bring a bounce to the eye forcing it to move along. Vivid colors also visually excite the onlookers. We like galleria and gazania which offer interesting color.
VIDEO – A trick to save Peonies for L-A-T-E-R when you wish you had more!
Watch the video to learn the trick. Give it a try and let us know how it works!
Templates for planting seeds in the garden
If it is too late for this year, save this to work on during the off season and be ready for next spring. This is great for those who direct sow.
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