It’s probably been more than four years since a wild shade-loving tulip made its surprising appearance in a shady, grassy bed in my garden. Its color looked like the “before” shot in a commercial for women with faded blond hair. After a close examination on my knees, I determined it was actually a tulip. I know how long ago it was because my knees no longer permit close examinations.
I’m not always the sharpest trowel in the garden bucket, but even I have noticed a recent trend in horticulture.
If you could only see your face right now (take a selfie and after you wallow in the horror of your expression, send me a copy).
This, as I have been told by the esteemed staff of Chicagoland Gardening magazine, is the Ideas Issue.
Towards the end of February a startling fact was reported on the news. January, it turns out, had been the fourth warmest ...
“Hey, Gerry.” “ Morning, Al.” “ Where’s Carey?” “ They moved him to the front this morning.” “ No kidding. Think we’re next?