I began assessing my most vital gardening tools – like gloves and trowels – pre-season, in February. I rounded up all the gloves in...
Guest Post by Bob Hill. I have never fully understood my attraction to weeping plants and I really don’t want to pay some nerdy-looking...
May is the month designated for extra gardening coverage in the magazine I edit, so I’m in the middle of preparing that right now....
Every year I swear that I’m going to dig and move the Shastas because they are bed hogs.
Here in zone 7 the flowers are pooped out already and I could start taking them out but will I?
Maybe and maybe not because they look like your photo every summer.
It looks like a beautiful spot and I bet you find yourself staring at it every day.
You actually farm the things? Isn’t that a bit like herding cats? Here I have a feral colony of daisies.
Absolutely beautiful! They conjure up memories of my teenaged years, for some reason. A flower child, perhaps? Daisies are so bright and welcoming.
My Shasta daisies are surprisingly happy in half-day shade, and they’ll do just fine in a little 12-in strip between the walkway and the house. They do get big and floppy, but that’s what shears and vases are for….
I love the sea of daisies in your garden. How lovely!
Sweet! Totally wild and natural. There’s something so innocent about daisies.
That is so beautiful. Drat you people with sun and open space!!
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