Bulbs: Go Formal or Natural In the Garden

Early spring crocuses, delicately scented hyacinths, nodding daffodils and vibrant tulips are favorite flower bulbs for coloring your garden from very early to late spring. But how should you plant them for a great impact and to match the theme of your garden or landscape? CLICK HERE to read more...

CAUTION IN THE GARDEN… CHLOROSIS

Yellow means caution, even in the garden. While leaf yellowing, chlorosis, may be a signal that there is a problem that requires attention, it may also be normal.  Chlorosis is the scientific word used to indicate the full or partial yellowing of plant leaves or stems and simply means that chlorophyll is breaking down.

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WEEDS ARE INDICATORS OF SOIL PROBLEMS

Plants voluntarily grow in locations that they are well suited to.  Forests develop in fertile soil and overtime the plants growing in the forest change.  This is because the plants are adding and subtracting from the soil and making the conditions different, changing the group of plants that can be successful within that environment.

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