My views are set on the colorful bushes next year

The first thing I do in the morning is check the weather. And then I put on the coffee.

Between the heat and the lack of rain, this was the hardest garden I ever had.

Good News

Next summer may not be the best, and some people ask if I am ready to leave as gardener. My answer is not Heck – like most curious gardeners, I plan a project next year.

The biggest trend in shrubs is the compact size and the seasonal demand, and we are planning to transform our “orphanage” garden, which is hidden by a brick wall, into a sea of ​​simple, fun and colorful flowering shrubs. Winter is strong.

Here are some new introductions that I will look at.

Van Belle’s simple collection of seedlings produces a Vigella ‘Peach Kiss’. Mature only 3 to 4 feet tall and wide, this summer-tall flower may be the star of the front row.

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