Thu 21 Nov 2013
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Yellow Fever – A free booklet about daffodils by David Willis with over 400 pages of information. FULL DISCLOSURE – I have not downloaded this resource so I can’t vouch for the quality, but the linked site appears to think it worthy.
The Fall Color Project 2013: Hayefield – A Pennsylvania Plant Geek’s Garden – Take a look at some beautiful fall pictures. After all, William Cullen Bryant said: “Autumn, the year’s last loveliest smile.” He might be right!
Growing Onion and Garlic Greens for Flavoring My Favorite Dishes – Why not bring some gardening inside especially those living in the colder climates. Wouldn’t it be handy to have garlic, chives and a few other herbs growing on a nearby window sill so they can be snipped at will when needed to enhance a meal?
PlantersPlace – This may be a valuable resource for many gardeners. Here is a blurb from their website.
“Welcome to PlantersPlace! You’ve come to the right place to learn about gardening. The purpose of the site is to provide information about the art and practice of gardening. Regardless of your level of gardening knowledge and experience you will find features and content that will help to maximize your future gardening efforts.”
If you want to dive right in, check out some of the topics on the blogs – http://www.plantersplace.com/community/Blogs
Waxed Amaryllis Bulbs – Apparently this is a new trend. The bulbs are sealed in wax and need no watering. They will grow and bloom without any additional help from the owner except proper placement in a “friendly” environment.
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