I like the rule of thumb that roses get pruned when the forsythia begins to bloom. In other words, NOW! In Utah our forsythia starts to bloom in late March, sometimes sooner. Keep an eye on them in your grow zone, as they are a great indicator of when spring is actually here.
Pruning helps your roses bloom better, especially if you cut spent flowers all during the season.
Today I spotted one of my favorite plants, gardenia! Of course I had to buy one so our home can smell amazing. Due to our climate, they are indoor plants only, but if they could grow here you could bet... Continue reading →
A few years ago I picked up a book called Lasagna Gardening and have wanted to try the technique ever since! It’s not about growing items that go into Lasagna, but you certainly could do just that! What it details... Continue reading →
We don’t get hoarfrost very often here, so when we do I always get a bit excited. It’s just so pretty. Something small and delicate like crystals always deserve a close up, which means it’s time to use my Olloclip.... Continue reading →