See sensational chrysanthemums grown and shaped in more ways than you can imagine at the Longwood Gardens Festival, now through Nov. 24th.
Along with fun stuff like fireworks, many gardening chores are keyed to the Fourth of July, such as pruning back spring flowering shrubs like azaleas.
Somehow, chrysanthemums became the official flower of fall and I’m not sure why – since mums aren’t American at all, and American asters have just as much to offer!
Locally-grown is a really great thing to consider when buying plant but locally-grown does not mean native.
Isn’t there something you’re supposed to prune before the Fourth of July? Oh yeah, your azaleas. And there some other timely garden chores as well.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli Pretty, tidy, and totally filling with flowers — what used to be a blank spot in my side yard. New England asters are blooming right now, like tiny shrubs full of […]