I hope all of our gardening friends in the east are safe. What a heart breaking storm Sandy turned out to be for so many. You are all in our prayers. And do not forget to contribute to the emergency relief agency of your choice to help our neighbors. It could be us that need help in the future.
It is hard to complain about the two inches of snow we received from the storm when so many lost everything and are even dealing with gas shortages now on top of everything else.
Primrose ? Anyone know this native?
Now we northern gardeners will have to do our gardening indoors or find some southern gardeners to get our flower fix. For mine I go to Australia and the garden of Bernie (Bush Bernie’s Blog) to feast my eyes on her lilies now in bloom.
Now we start dreaming of next spring when the bulbs we planted this fall will begin to bloom.
No matter how far ahead I think I am in getting the garden ready for winter there is always some things I have to hurry to get done each year.
Yesterday afternoon was spent putting away the final garden décor, putting away the outdoor furniture into the shed, and draining and putting away the water hoses.
It is time to turn those clocks back this Saturday evening or Sunday morning, whichever you prefer.
What if we all just be rebels and refuse to turn them back? LOL!
What are you going to do to get your garden fix this coming winter?