This bleeding heart is over 17 years old & I never do a thing to it, comes back with this fabulous show year after year – just cut back mid summer after the foliage dies down
Early spring bloomer, not invasive, tidy, pretty little plant.
These daffodils were planted over 30 years ago & have not seen a lick of maintainance in that entire time period!
Time to plant! Get out & add some colour with annuals.
Or try perenniels that you might pick up at the plant exchange May 11.
Risk of frost is low but be prepared to cover tender plants with newspaper or an old sheet if below zero temperatures are forecast.
Thursday May 2nd LEGS Meeting: Young Urban Farmers & Presentation on San Francisco Botanical Garden
Don’t miss it!
YUF: Young Urban Farmers Presentation about Food Everywhere
Eat This Today: Ginseng Learn about the history and health benefits of ginseng from our friends at Cheung’s Trading.
Sneak peek from San Francisco Botanical Gardens:
Bulbs are tough customers!
Look at these daffodils growing through contruction debris!
Saturday, October 13, 2012.
Join fellow birders and enjoy a morning out. It is free and all are welcome. Meet in the south parking lot (where the road ends) at 9 a.m. Walk runs to 11.
Garth Riley will be the walk leader.
* Hosted by CCFEW and sponsored by Birds and Beans