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January 2016

IN THE DIRT with DOUG - FEBRUARY GARDENING CHORES

     February can be a transitional month from being cold and dreary to having warmer days and seeing our shrubs, trees, bulbs, and perennials begin to come to life.
Posted: 1/29/2016 by Doug Hensel | with 0 comment(s)

Bonnie's Garden--Had Enough Winter Yet?

In lieu of the winter weather we've just enjoyed, I though I'd re-post this blog on Fun Fact's about Virginia Winter.
Posted: 1/26/2016 by Bonnie Pega | with 0 comment(s)

IN THE DIRT with DOUG - HELLEBORES, A CURE FOR THE WINTER BLUES

     It is mid-January and cold, wintry weather has finally arrived.  But, hellebores are just getting "warmed" up in the garden.
Posted: 1/19/2016 by Doug Hensel | with 1 comment(s)

BONNIE'S GARDEN--Caring for Holiday Plants

The poinsettia, amaryllis and paperwhites were beautiful over the Holidays, so now what?
Posted: 1/18/2016 by Bonnie Pega | with 0 comment(s)

IN THE DIRT with DOUG - BECOMING MORE IN SYNC WITH NATURE

     An increasingly popular gardening trend for 2016 and beyond is the appreciation of nature with our landscape.
Posted: 1/13/2016 by Doug Hensel | with 0 comment(s)

POST-HOLIDAY PLANT THERAPY

Life after holiday plants...
Posted: 1/12/2016 by Margot | with 0 comment(s)

BONNIE'S GARDEN--The "Other" Orchids...

If it's not an "ice cube" orchid, what is it?
Posted: 1/11/2016 by Bonnie Pega | with 0 comment(s)

IN THE DIRT with DOUG - JANUARY GARDENING THOUGHTS AND TIPS

    January is a good month to spend some quality time reflecting and planning your gardening strategy for the upcoming spring planting season.
Posted: 1/5/2016 by Doug Hensel | with 0 comment(s)

BONNIE'S GARDEN--A Winter Walk Around My Yard

What had that warm December weather done to my garden?
Posted: 1/4/2016 by Bonnie Pega | with 0 comment(s)

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