Blooms are Popping Up All Over

Tree buds all along the branches, ferns beginning to unfurl their furry copper-colored glory, and the Hostas and Bleeding Heart determined to be the first in the garden are lagging a bit behind the crocuses. I haven’t the heart to tell them that the Crocuses and Snow Drops unabashedly welcomed Spring during the last week in March without a care in the world.  Right along side of the purples, yellows, and whites grow the flowers from Still Blooming. You can plant your blooms in your best duds and you won’t get dirty. No watering-in the blooms is necessary and no matter how many times you may change your mind where to grow your blooms they will never suffer root rot or stress! It is time to plant a garden of delights that are carefree and graced with never-ending color. Come harvest the newest crop of blooms at one of the Garden or Art Shows to come. And remember that you can always walk through the garden planted in my studio ablaze with color.

Fire Bloom

Garden and Landscape Symposium of Western Pennsylvania

Saturday, April 12, 2014

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM 

Shady Side Academy

423 Fox Chapel Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15238





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