On warm winter days, walk through your flowerbeds and appreciate their winter interest. Create winter interest in your own garden by planting varieties that will grow unusual bark, stems, colorful berries or any that will retain green or grey foliage throughout the gardening year. We fill our feeders and birdbaths regularly. The birds reward us for our efforts with beautiful songs! De-flower spent blooms and remove seed pods from pansies and violas. Fertilize with pansy food once a month. Plant pansies, it's not too late in our area of the country. Plant trees and shrubs, too. Now is a good time to plan flowerbeds and gardens for spring. Add compost and other soil additives to existing flower beds now so all you have to do this spring is enjoy planting.
"We'll see you in the Winter garden!"
- Tim & Lisa King