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Tulipmania

Tulipmania

From the garden of Beth DiGioia, Garden Coach at L3H2, Inc. I have always loved flowers and am drawn to the artwork of the Dutch Masters.  One artist whose works particularly appeal to me is Rachel Ruysch, who created vibrant and colorful paintings of flowers.  Her...
The Language of Flowers

The Language of Flowers

From the garden of Beth DiGioia, Garden Coach at L3H2, Inc. There is a language “little known”,  Lovers claim it as their own.  Its symbols smile upon the land,  Wrought by Natures wondrous hand.  And in their silent beauty speak,  Of life and joy, to those who seek. ...
Flowering Shrubs we Love

Flowering Shrubs we Love

From the garden of Beth DiGioia, Garden Coach at L3H2, Inc. Even though we don’t have long winters, they are still dreary.  Spring flowering shrubs signal the end of winter and bring fragrance, blooms and pollinators into the garden. ‘Anthony Waterer’ Spirea (Spiraea...
Gardens: Oxalis

Gardens: Oxalis

From the garden of Beth DiGioia, Garden Coach at L3H2, Inc. GROW: Plant oxalis bulbs in the early spring 1” deep, 6” apart in well drained soil. Foliage will emerge in 6 weeks and bloom in 8-10 weeks. They enjoy partial shade and plenty of compost. KNOW: Don’t be...
Spring Clean the Garden

Spring Clean the Garden

From the garden of Beth DiGioia, Garden Coach at L3H2, Inc. Winter affords us an opportunity to take a break from gardening, but beginning in February warmer days leave us yearning to be back in the garden.  You can get a jump on spring cleaning if you remember three...

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