I have been inspired, Patrick
I hope you won't mind that I posted about you (http://lettherebegarden.blogspot.com/2011/02/patricks-garden.html) but when I read your story, I couldn't resist passing it along. I know something about loss and the comfort a beautiful garden can bring but your courage is far beyond anything I have experienced.And thanks for the advice! Because we don't know how long we'll be at this house, planning for these gardens has been a challenge. I'll be following your blog with great interest.
Patrick,I was reading how February is a good time to put down a granular pre-emergent in beds, to keep weeds down. Does this still apply to beds where bulbs are planted? Any issues there?And how about pruning rose of sharon at this time? Still a safe bet?Appreciate it, Patrick.cheers!Phil Watkins.
Hey Phil,Don't worry about your bulbs. They will bne fine.Since Rose of Sharon is a summer bloomer, now is a great time to prune. It's the best time since you can see the overall shape of the tree.Cheers back to you, my friend.
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