Welcome Sweet Month of May …

Viburnum bodnantense ‘Dawn’ at the Secret Garden Door. Read more about this fragrant beauty (click here)

It’s May again, and the garden springs to life —filled with fragrance and color— greeting warm sunny days and soft, gentle rains with all the beauty in the world.

Welcome sweet, sweet May…

Blossoms Ripple in the Reflecting Bowl

And Sweet Fragrance of Fothergilla ‘Mt. Airy’ Fills the Gentle Morning Air. To learn more about Fothergilla (click here) and also (click here)

Viola labradorica. Read more about the Labrador Violet (click here)

Erythronium tuolumnense – Read more about the beautiful trout lily (click here)

Narcissus ‘Abba’ (Division 4 – A gorgeous, double Narcissus with glorious fragrance)

Helleborus x hybridus ‘Royal Heritage Strain’. Read more about the Lovely Lenten Rose (click here)

Secret Garden in May (Erythronium tuolumnense, Narcissus ‘Sterling’, Helleborus x hybridus ‘Royal Heritage Strain’ with other emerging perennials)


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3 Replies to “Welcome Sweet Month of May …”

  1. Michaela

    Hi Nancy, What a great question! I use Bti (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis). This is a naturally occurring bacteria which produces toxins. Those toxins are lethal to certain fly larvae, including mosquitoes (also gnats and blackflies). It is completely organic, available in water-soluable tablets, and harmless to non-target species as well as all amphibians, birds, reptiles and mammals. Sometimes the cakes are called “mosquito dunks”Gardener’s Supply Company sells organic mosquito control rings (linked here). I highly recommend them! Thanks for leaving the good question, Nancy ;)
    xo M

  2. Nancy Hamilton

    I was hoping it might involve Gardener’s Supply – I was looking at those rings this morning:)

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