Monthly Archives: September 2012

Finding New Fall Planting Flowers

Don’t you love finding a new flower to add to your garden?  Or at least seeing a new flower you haven’t seen before!?!  I love that there are so many variations in height, color, fullness, details in the blooms…the list … Continue reading

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Naturalizing or Multiplying Plants are the Bomb!

Who doesn’t like a good deal or great value?  If you know me at all, you know that I am about as frugal as they come!  That is why plants (particularly flowers) that naturalize are the bomb! (That slang term … Continue reading

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Spring Blooming Groundcover Bulbs

Anemones, Crocus, Muscari, Scilla, Chionodoxa and Galanthus!  These all produce great mini flowers that make them perfectly suited for planting under or in front of tulips, daffodils, shrubs or along a woodland border. They all grow just 3″ to 12″ … Continue reading

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