I love to watch the progression of winter into spring by noticing the flowers as they appear while the season progresses. This year I kept a photo-log. I was happy to find that even though I’m not well enough organized to keep the dates, the camera is. I started on February 1 with the first […]
An accidental visit to the lovely Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Nashville was most interesting. After viewing the bonsai show we walked through the gardens. One of the most striking exhibits was of “Big Bugs”—sculpture by David Rogers. If you like bugs there is some fun information on the Cheekwood website (Click Here). I enjoyed studying […]
I had a chance to visit the Todino’s cutting garden this week. The tulips were showing of. If you saw the earlier article, I showed the varieties and the planting method for colors and for early, mid season, and late blooming. That article is here: A couple of weeks before the above picture was taken, […]
“What do I do with my Chrysanthemums when they quit blooming?”
A lot of beautiful mums were sold in the months of September and October. Chrysanthemums are fun to watch and grow.