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Ramblin' in the Garden

Dave's Blog: Wood Poppy, and More

Small clumps of wood poppies (Stylophorum diphyllum) are spread through the shaded side garden that adjoins the forest of shallow rooted swamp maples and tulip poplars. In many places, a hole could not be dug through the roots, but a cover of leaves that are shredded and spread creates a thin soil layer that supports the vigorous seedlings. I cannot recall where wood poppy was initially planted, but now it covers many spaces where another plant has not established.

Dave's Blog: Now, This is Spring

In recent weeks, a scattered few blooms promised that spring was on the way, contrary to evidence that winter was taking its time leaving. Finally, three eighty degree days banished cold temperatures, prompting flowers and foliage to progress quickly.

Dave's Blog: A Hasty Transplant

This afternoon, it occurred to me that with warm weather on the way, the time to transplant an Oakleaf hydrangea that has grown too large in the front of the house is today, or forget about it until October. The worst time to move the hydrangea is next week, with emerging leaves that would certainly wilt unless constant moisture is provided.

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Meadows Farms Nurseries Listed in Top 5 Independent Garden Centers for 2016

Meadows Farms Nurseries has been listed in the top five Independent Garden Centers by Garden Center Magazine for 2016.