When to prune just might be the No. 1 question that comes up in my garden conversations. Knowing when and how much to cut can be tricky; the answer varies for different plants.
As I come and go from the little house on a big hill, I pass a garden filled with lavender Rose of Sharon. As summer gardens are waning, this bush is still blooming like crazy.
I find small gardens magical. With limited space, gardeners are creative and playful with their choices. They also tend to care for them to the point of perfection.
It may be raining as I type, but I know summerās hot, dry days are coming. That can mean watering the garden every night or planning ahead and making the garden drought tolerant.
I want to create an impromptu planter for the 4th of July. Oh, I know, I should have done this weeks ago, but I didnāt. So, itās red geraniums to the rescue.
āHome Among the Hills,ā the 2023 Home Tour sponsored by the Greenbrier Historical Society, will happen on Saturday, June 10.