Winter work

It's time to trim the vitex and butterfly bushes. And time to repot the roses. Unfortunately, it's perfect weather out there to get to work. 74 degrees! Drat, I'm running out of excuses.


The Giraffe Head Tree said...

This unseasonably warm weather is supposed to kick off some nasty storms tonight. I'm already preparing the house for bad weather. Stay safe!!! Debi

Anonymous said...

Hi, I just came across your blog and love it! I've just gotten into gardening in the past couple of years...one of my resolutions is to label bulbs next time I plant LOL!

Anyway I have pics up of my first bloomers this year (in zone 7 VA) if you want to see: http://jewelfaerie.com/2008/02/07/fabulous-gardening--whoever-blooms-first-wins.aspx

Take care!
~Crystal www.jewelfaerie.com

Anonymous said...

Please consider telling folks about our Vegetable Gardening Slide Chart.
Chart works all over North America and comes with a National listing of frost dates, $3.50 postage paid.
See web site: http://cdmplanning.hypermart.net
Can we send you a sample chart for review?

Thanks, Clyde

Clyde's Garden Planner
THE Vegetable Gardening Slide Chart

Anonymous said...

Gardening can be so peaceful and fun, until summer. Then the work really begains. Enjoy the mild winter gardening. Resolutions...maybe next year.

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Viooltje said...

I wish I had a drop of your warm weather. My new bulbs and seeds are as anxious as myself to get out of their packets, into the brave new world but winter just won't move its lazy ass out of the way. But I guess God made winter so gardeners could get the housework done and share some lovely blogs with each other, like yourself. I must admit I enjoy reading your blog as much as I enjoy browsing the seeds&bulbs catalog. Greetings from the other side of the planet !

Unknown said...

I am jealous.. we still have snow here!!