Today we have a special guest blogger, Ann Sanders from A Green Hand https://agreenhand.com/ giving us some advice on our springtime gardening tasks.
Are you ready to see your garden bloom? Ready to smell fresh flowers all around? Do you want your spring garden to make others envious? You need a complete checklist in your hand to prepare yourself for the entire spring.
We generally divide the spring into three breaks – early spring, mid-spring and late spring. The gardening differs in every spring break. Therefore...
Oh June, how I love thee! Why you ask? Hydrangeas of course! My Annabelle hydrangeas have started to bloom which makes me so happy. My husband and I, with the help of his parents, planted a row of them 5 years ago when we landscaped the house. They are in an area right off the patio and I can see them from our living room. The big beautiful green and white blooms are showy and classic at the same time. They make the perfect hedge and have always performed well.