laidback gardener, aka Larry Hodgson, is able to give us a sneak peak at new 2018 plant introductions. I particularly like the Candy Cane red pepper, heart-shaped Sweet Valentine tomato, purple pod Sugar Magnolia snap pea, and the ornamental oregano, Bellissimo. Great new edibles to try next year!
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- Grounds are open at many public gardens to enjoy the spring flowers March 17, 2020Despite the shutdowns, many public gardens still have their grounds open to the public so you can see the spring flowers in the DMV area. Peggy and Teri also discuss what is happening in their gardens: peonies, spireas, Galanthus nivalis, Magnolia stellata, catnip, camellias, calendula, and chives.Peggy
- Gardens 'n Plants, Episode 4 March 3, 2020March 2, 2020, Episode 4 of Gardens 'n Plants, where Peggy of pegplant.com and Teri of cottageinthecourt.com talk about gardening in the Washington DC metro area. Join us every 2 weeks as we cover upcoming events, local public gardens and nurseries, and the ever constant changes taking place in our gardens and landscapes.Peggy
- Grounds are open at many public gardens to enjoy the spring flowers March 17, 2020