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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Sometimes when I look out the window at the garden I still freak out that my long-time friend the 60 ft maple is gone (lightning) taking the shade garden with it. However, I am very excited about the new patio … Continue reading
I love lilacs but they bloom early and then we are left with a big leafy bush that is susceptible to powdery mildew. Proven Winners says you can have healthy lilacs all summer with their Bloomerang Purple… Enjoy classic lilac fragrance … Continue reading
Oh the miracle that is April. In February when I looked out at the rose garden through snow and ice and more snow and ice, I thought that this could be a year when the roses refuse to wake up. But, they are not … Continue reading