Last fall, i dug up 10 geraniums and brought them indoors to flower over the winter. In early April, i cut them back to ground level (flower pot level?), and now new growth is sprouting. Here’s a class photo of last year’s geraniums, which means i don’t have to buy any geraniums this year. IRead more about Ten Geraniums[…]
The begonias i brought indoors last fall are leggy. It’s time to take cuttings. Giving the begonias–or any plant–a haircut makes them bushier, with more flowers. Plus i have the added benefit of rooted cuttings that multiply the number of begonias i can set out as bedding plants in May. At the same time thatRead more about Leggy Begonias[…]
Autumn’s sighing, Moaning, dying; Clouds are flying On like steeds; While their shadows O’er the meadows Walk like widows Deck’d in weeds. ‘Autumn’s Sighing’ by American poet Thomas Buchanan Read (1822-1872).