Plants Injured By Cool Spring Temps

When spring hits, most of us are ready to plant with reckless abandon. But in late April and early May weather is often cool, even if the nights are frost-free. Some plants resent these cool days. Although we’re excited to get pots, planters, and containers growing, certain plant types can be damaged or stunted when…
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Impatiens Blooming Impatiently Indoors

Look what’s growing in our kitchen window. The double, rosebud impatiens that grew in our outdoor containers this summer were too nice to let freeze. They were growing in a filtered light location of shade mixed with a little sunshine and were covered in blossoms all summer. When cool fall weather arrived I decided to…
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