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Using Peony Flowers As Mulch

Using Peony Flowers As Mulch

Posted by Amy Renae on Dec 18th 2021

The thing about peonies is that they will dip over and fall to the ground if there is a hint of wind or rain in your garden. Those blooms do not have to go to waste though. Your first layer of defense is to pick those blooms and see if they will stand up straight in a vase for an arrangement. Oftentimes, the night after a rain, those peonies will be just fine for flower arrangements.However, if … read more
3 Easy Ways To Propagate Plants

3 Easy Ways To Propagate Plants

Posted by Amy Renae on Dec 17th 2021

Fall is a great time of year to think about propagating plants. If you do it early enough many plants in a zone 6+ garden will have a chance to get established. Zones 4-5 are pushing it to propagate in September, but some super hardy plants, like sedum, might make it. Even if you are in colder zones though, propagating indoors in pots makes a lot of sense for saving money in the garden. Joi … read more
Growing Rhubarb

Growing Rhubarb

Posted by Amy Renae on Dec 17th 2021

Early spring is one of our very favorite times to garden, for each tiny bit of green seems like a major victory. Nondescript plants become the stars of the show when they are the only green around and vegetables we might throw to the compost heap in late fall are the delicacies that see us through the last bitter days of late winter. While asparagus reigns king over the early spring garden, ther … read more

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