Monday, April 13, 2009
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
I finished this book yesterday. It is all about the author's own
Toronto-area garden: how it came about and what she has done in it.
The book is filled with full-colour photos and has information on
growing most of the plants—at least, what has worked for her. I found
it an enjoyable read.
Monday, April 6, 2009
ground. Tulips, daffodils, hostas, phlox, sedums and chives are all
coming up and my shrubs all have buds. I spend a little time yesterday
cutting stuff out of the garden that I had left over the winter and I
found this tiny flower. How nice! and I don't even know what it is. If
you do, I would be so glad if you'd leave a comment to tell me. As a
matter of fact, leave a comment even if you don't know; does anyone
even read this?
Sunday, April 5, 2009
from Reader's Digest
This book covers just about everything including garden planning, lawns, trees, vegetables, and many individual kinds of flowers and plants. It would be a great reference book to have because it has tons of information about every aspect of gardening; it even has information on how to plant and propagate individual varieties as well as what can go wrong and what to do about it.
all the articles arranged in alphabetical order by topic. Covers many
plants and other topics, for example, gophers, compost, insecticide.
They are tips that the author has used herself or heard from other