Just as fall is the best time of year to plant trees and shrubs, it’s also a good time to move them if you have to.
Get out the scissors! Cut back annuals that are giving out or browning back and getting lanky in pots, and go after perennials too!
A smaller sort of Monarda is called ‘Grand Parade,’ which grows about 18 inches high and true to its name is flowering to beat the band.
While shoveling snow, I struck some aromatic leftovers of a Monarda plant and it was a sweet reminder of Summer.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli Fireworks in the night sky are beautiful, but if you plant flowers that remind you of fireworks, you can enjoy them all day too – and well beyond the Fourth […]