Gardening Tip of the Week & Welcome, Merry Month of May . . .
Warm, Golden-Hued Narcissus & A Merry Welcome to May
Although the air is stillÂ a bit chilly, and the sky so stubbornly grey, it’s time for May merriment and a happy Cinco de Mayo anyway! Welcome, welcome, sweet May!
Garden tip of the week: make photo notes of your garden beds and place discreet popsicle sticks to help remind you of where you’d like to add more bulbs in autumn! I’ve never met a gardener who has said to me, “darn, I planted too many bulbs!”.
Â Fire & Ice Follies (reminder for fall: more early Narcissus, like this reliable beauty, ‘Ice Follies’, in the background). Fire sculpture by Vermont artist, Dan Snow.
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One Reply to “Gardening Tip of the Week & Welcome, Merry Month of May . . .”
Perfect advice on the popsicle sticks
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