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Blossomtime, is a time of joyful anticipation of what's to come!

The original aboriginal inhabitants of South Australia used to maintain that our state had 13 different seasonal parts to the year. I would have to concur spring here doesn’t suddenly start is eases through, late winter, and early spring, each new flower blooms in part of the procession in exactly the right time, for the right reason. 352 more words


A Weekend of Sun!

We finally had a lovely late spring weekend with sun and temperatures in the low eighties. Everyone’s garden is flourishing from all the rain (and we’re expected to have three days more of it this week). 249 more words


Bulb Farmers Rock!

OCMGA Master Gardener David Calle is passionate about gardens — especially historic gardens and finding a way to incorporate lessons from the past into our own gardens. 117 more words

Wisconsin Gardening

Tulips & Daffodils

Hey guys! It’s been almost a week since I’ve posted, I’ve been meaning to but I have been a little busy. Me & my mom opened an Etsy shop together, I have been focusing on getting that setup and everything. 224 more words


Little Scientists at Work

by OCMGA Master Gardener Shirley Martin

As part of the preparation for the upcoming planting season several Master Gardner volunteers went to some classrooms at the Appleton Bilingual School and presented a seed starting class. 122 more words

Wisconsin Gardening

Spring time planting back in the Blue Peter Garden

Last weekend I went back to the Blue Peter Garden to start some spring planting with one of the presenters, The Legend, Barney Harwood.

Lindsey and I had put the… 329 more words

RHS Campaign For School Gardening

Dig daffodils, save the bulbs

The daffodil bed needed thinning, so I dug them out after the leaves started turning yellow and replanted many of them in the same place. Now I have dozens of extra bulbs I can share with friends. 212 more words