Here it is only February 19th, and it feels as if spring is here.
My daylilies are a good 6 inches tall, forsythia is blooming, the primula blossoms are unfolding, and yesterday, in the afternoon sunshine
By Mike McGroarty
More spring planting tips . . .
Container grown plants are much easier. Follow the rules for depth of planting as described in the previous article. Before gently removing the plant from
Written by Mike McGroarty.
Spring means that the garden centers are packed with people, and car trunks are packed with plants. Everybody has dirt on their knees, dirt under their nails, and are excited
The arrival of early primroses in the garden centers or peeking through the last snow is a sign that spring really has arrived. Even the name primula, derived from the Latin primus meaning first, affirms