Preparing the garden for a tour—part 6 of a series. illustrated

This is part five of a series devoted to getting a garden ready for the Rome, Ga. Junior Service League tour of gardens which will take place on April 28, 2012. To find the other articles of this series, CLICK HERE There’s less than a week left until the day of the tour. The good […]

Preparing the garden for a tour, part 5 of a series.

 This is part five of a series devoted to getting a garden ready for the Rome, Ga. Junior Service League tour of gardens which will take place on April 28, 2012. To find the other articles of this series, CLICK HERE  April 15. The season is progressing and we had a bit less than three […]

Preventing inch worm damage on Knockout roses and watching the garden develop

Getting ready for the garden tour—part four Last Tuesday morning, I was sitting on the porch eating my peach yogurt, drinking green tea, and watching the lovely spring day develop when the phone rang. I looked at the caller i.d. Yep, I had been expecting the call. “Hello?” “They’re here,” the female voice replied. I […]

Preparing the garden for an early spring event. Part three of a series.

According to WordPress, this is my one hundredth article. Yay.  Oops, I’m going to have to do something about the Knockout roses or they will bloom too early. The Rome, Georgia Junior Service League Garden Tour is scheduled for April 28. I’m in pretty good shape with getting things ready for the tour. On March […]