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(Narcissus dahlia 'King Alfred') A late-spring bloomer with a large trumpet; grows up to 20 inches tall. C: Plant 4 to 5 inches deep.

"Sandwich" Bulbs for Six Weeks of Blooms

do in the fall plant layers of bulbs that will give you three bursts of color when spring arrives. Choose bulb varieties that flower a few weeks apart, such as crocus, tulips, and daffodils, which will bloom in rotation for up to six weeks.

Build Landscape and Retaining Walls and Keep Them in Tip-Top Shape

Build Landscape Walls and Keep Them in Tip-Top Shape

How to Make a Rosemary Topiary. Year-round herbs small or large spaces

Rosemary Topiary Tutorial - how to plant, prune & stake a plant. I don't normally like topiary, but this we should do.

How to Make an Island Bed in Your Yard

Perfect raised garden for raised beds first lay down some weed block fabric under where the stones will go. lay your first row of stone and keep going. when done fabric will line the inside edge of stone so soil doesn't seep out over time.

How to improve your lawn in 1 season... I have a feeling this entire website will come in handy!

Lawn Care: How to Repair a Lawn

How to get your brown/scraggly lawn into golf course style lawn in 1 season. Crazy awesome article on lawncare! I'm no longer intimidated by when and how much to fertilize and treat the lawn!

Planting Roses from cuttings. Have to try this - don't have much luck with Roses!!

30 Diagrams to Make You Master in Growing Roses

I posted another way" how to propagate roses" , had no idea that you could do it this way. How to Propagate Roses Using Potatoes Cool idea

Creeping Phlox is a vigorous, spreading, mat-forming, sun-loving phlox that is noted for its creeping habit and its profuse carpet of mid-spring  Loose clusters of fragrant, tubular flowers bloom in profusion during April and May. Especially spectacular draping over a rock wall! Plants grow well in sandy or gravely soils and tolerate hot, dry exposures

Looks like creeping phlox, but apparently is Trailing Rosemary? One pinner said: Trailing Rosemary produces beautiful blue foliage. It requires little water, and has a moderate growth rate. It has no allergens, but yet is very fragrant.

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