One of the easiest ways to add layers of interest to any garden is with hardy bulbs. They have beautiful (and sometimes unusual) flowers, come in a rainbow of colors, and bloom in all four seasons of the year. They range in size from 6-inch snowdrops to lilies that can tower 6 feet or more.
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- Harvesting and Drying Lavender
- Dig Deeper Newsletter, August 2011
- How to Make Concrete Tealight Holders
- Homemade weedkiller recipe
- Imagining a no-mow yard: 7 lawn alternatives in pictures
- The Living Landscape: Applying layers to the Home Garden
- The 12 principles of permaculture
- Yes, you should rotate your tomatoes. And that goes for the other vegetables, too.
- What's wrong with my vegetable garden? Slugs!