For sure most of us would have liked a white Christmas but even so, December has been an easy weather month compared to last year.
Except for the evergreen of conifers and some shrubs, the natural world seems dead but as we all know, all is but asleep only to come alive again in 3 short months from now.
As the day length grows longer slowly, so will the interest in the garden as it will soon be time to sow some seeds and take stock of last year’s failures and successes in order to figure out what changes can be made in order to get things back on track.
Our winter seminars will begin in February this year with our annual what’s new program fittingly presented on the first day of spring! Even now new native and non-native items are being added to our list of new offerings this year that will gradually metamorphosize northeast Ohio gardens into ones of greater beauty.
With the severe weather holding off outside improvements on the nursery grounds still continue until cold weather returns that will force the inside improvements along.
The nursery will close aton New Year’s Eve for winter but will, as always, be open for our seminar series. We’re always here to answer your questions through so please give us a call or drop us an e-mail.
As I look across the bleak landscape of the nursery hope does spring eternal as spring is not that far away.