Once tulips and daffodil flowers are spent, you can just walk along and snap off the top of the stem – that stops the plant from making seeds and sends that energy back down into the bulb.
Whatever the reason, when I have to be wrapped up in fleece just to face the garden on a frosty fall morning, it’s highly satisfying to find summer flowers still flourishing.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli A self-cleaning garden doesn’t that sound great? Keeping those big beautiful hanging baskets or garden beds full of annuals looking fresh can be a lot of work. But if you plant […]
by KYW’s Phran Novelli It’s pretty, it’s dependable, and it’s filled in all over the place where I used to put annuals – it’s our native Verbena canadensis, and I wonder what I’d do without […]