You grow your flowers for their beauty, of course. But did you know that quite a few of them are edible? No, no, don’t look at this column as if YardShare had gone nuts. Think about it.
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Hydrangeas are enjoying a renaissance in gardens throughout parts of the US. Although some of the old-fashioned varieties are not “zone friendly,” many can be successfully grown to zone 5, and a few even to zone 3.
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When we last saw Our Gardening Hero, he was carefully noting the locations of clumps of crocuses, daffodils, and the like. He mapped them out in a way designed to show his children that this was not a treasure map, and then he went on to live his life.
“Good, cheap, fast. Pick any two.” That’s what is said about hiring somebody to do a job. It can also be said about flowering bulbs.
A pathway that “leads right to your door” is a core element of landscaping design. Of course, there’s a big difference between a path leading to your front entryway and one that meanders through the garden behind your house.