Aug 4, 2014 8:00 am
Summertime and the living is easy especially when someone else is doing the work which is often the case when it comes to the garden.
Not having a rainy season in Bermuda is in reality a negative factor for the garden, for water is, especially at this time of year, the elixir of life. In tandem with the temperature, rain/water has a significant impact on plant life, with it plants can flourish, without it they suffer and fall into a...
Apr 26, 2014 8:00 am
The idea of planting more than required will produce a quicker and heavier look is simply a good way of wasting ones money and increasing the future maintenance, often with a negative impact on growth. There is an old saying, ’large oaks from little acorns grow’, which simply put means plants grow, and can quickly in some cases outgrow their area which of course begs the question, what to do?
When purchasing a plant ask yourself the...
Apr 11, 2014 8:00 am
March has lived up to its reputation of being unpredictable with all four seasons appearing randomly throughout the month.
Hopefully the garden is now up to par with weeds under control and ground ready for planting, the question now is simply what to plant, or is it that simple?
Several questions should be considered before striding off to the nursery and loading up with the first plants that are viewed and in flower.
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