After 20 years of wearing a pair of clogs around the garden, one person has officially retired them from active service. But, throwing them away was not the ideal choice. They could be served in a whole different way. They can serve a totally different function than just being worn on feet. Putting plants in them is a great option.
There are 3 expert steps to assessing your Spring landscape. The first thing you need to do is look for damage and then make a list. Then, once you have a list, you will need to make a plan. The third thing you need to so is respond with proper actions. Once the damage is done, you need to respond properly.
- This time of year is hard on gardeners and garden lovers because we are itching for some color in the garden and warmth on our backs and faces.
- Start by assessing your landscape to get yourself prepped for all the work and beauty to come.
- If you’re a DIYer, then the list will include time in the garden. If you’ve hired a landscape company to help, then handing them a list will speed up the corrective actions.
“This time of year is hard on gardeners and garden lovers because we are itching for some color in the garden and warmth on our backs and faces.”
There is a way to make your region as garden crazed as Buffalo. May is a month that is designated for extra gardening coverage in the magazine that one woman edits. This year she decided to work on classes as well as workshops as well as reliable online earning. She is almost done and surprised at how much there is locally.
Short tulips are a garden fairy tale. One woman called Granny Gus McGarden packed her lunch and began her journey from the Vegetable Garden Cathedral to Neighbor’s View. She also took a shortcut through Plopper’s field and walked straight past the Lilac Muddle in order to reach her final destination.
- Sure enough, when she got there, she saw several tulips, which by her reckoning should have been at least a foot tall if not taller, blooming down low.
- I think it was that warm spell we had in February, followed by that cold spell in March. I think it confused the tulip fairies.
- Granny snuck off to the edge of the shrubbery and laid down for a nap under a nearby pearl bush, where she knew she would dream of the riches that gardening provides.
“Sure enough, when she got there, she saw several tulips, which by her reckoning should have been at least a foot tall if not taller, blooming down low.”
It takes a lot of work behind the scenes to get ready for a big event such as the one we’re planning for Saturday. Our Grand Re-Opening and Open House will be held from 10am to 4pm at our store, 214 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro, NC 27409.
One task on our list was to put up a tent; here’s a look at how that happens!
Another task on our list was to reach out to our favorite vendors, suppliers, and other business partners for donations that we could give away as door prizes. Our crew came through big time – here’s just a sampling of what you could win on Saturday!
Door prizes throughout the day, including:
**Greensboro Grasshoppers Tickets**
**Winston Salem Dash Suite tickets**
**Lady Antebellum Tickets (Raleigh June 15th)**
**Charlotte Hornets tickets (March 26)**
Plus other prizes from these good friends:
Matthews Mobile Media
Vermeer Mid Atlantic LLC
Frank Jolly and Brad Jolly, Connect Sales
James River Equipment Pfafftown
James River Equipment Greensboro
Alison Huber, Sprint
You don’t have to be present to win, but you do have to get your name in the hat. And you can earn extra entries for our door prize drawings:
Visit our FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE and indicate “GOING” or “INTERESTED” for the event.
You can also earn an extra entry by SHARING the event page with your Facebook friends.
We hope to see you Saturday!