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Friday, September 21, 2012
Every child is born a naturalist. His eyes are, by nature, open to the glories of the stars, the beauty of the flowers, and the mystery of life. ~R. Search
Each spring I take walks around our property looking for green popping up from the ground. It never fails that I look a tad too early, and wonder why the daffodils aren't sprouting yet. It's hard to be patient after a long winter. It's even more difficult to gear up for planting in the fall for blooms that won't be seen for several months. I wrote an article the other day for Old Fashioned Living on naturalizing bulbs. Yes, I was a bit long winded, but there were a lot of tips to share on the subject. Naturalizing is such a whimsical way to plant bulbs that it's hard not to smile while I'm writing:)
The article is here: http://oldfashionedliving.com/How-to-Plant-Bulbs-for-a-Burst-of-Color.html
Posted by Brenda Jean Hyde at 6:19 AM