Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Getting Into the Swing Of Winter in Your Potted Garden

Posted By on Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 11:30 AM

Now that our first freezes are through - at least for the moment, you still have time to plant your winter potted garden.

Snall In Tucson?
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  • Snall In Tucson?
If you decorate your home for the holidays, consider using some reds and white in your color palette. Near your front door or on your patio, you can always add a poinsettia in its own container or have fun with an Amaryllis inside the house or even outside! Red and white cyclamen are great for those shady spots and they tolerate the cold temperatures. Get it done this weekend and enjoy your colorful garden all winter and spring! Feel free to email me with your questions and ideas! (My t-shirt says Time Flies When You Are Having Rum!)
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