Monthly Archives: February 2013

This is the time of year when some of our gardens have been snow-free for a week or two, the ground is drying quickly and the start of gardening season is close at hand. For others; those who live at elevation and whose properties don’t receive much afternoon sun, there is still significant snow. Along […]

Legions of gardeners receive their first of many pleasant garden surprises at this time of the year when they happen upon a clump of Galanthus nivalis, or Snowdrops, when they’re out doing a bit of preliminary cleanup. You brush away a bit of snow-encrusted leaves and there they are, huddled together against the cold like […]