Practical tips and inspiration for your home and garden. Real tips for real life from Julie Harrison.
Monday, January 6, 2014
Pile It On!
The snow is a gardener's BFF- that's Best Friend Forever- when it comes to the cold winter months. Snow acts like a thermal blanket, protecting the branches and especially the roots of your perennial plants. The snow keeps the cold out and traps the thermal energy of the earth underneath. Cold temps without snow is another story, but let's stay positive and think snow, snow, snow this winter!
Posted by Julie The Garden Fairy at 12:50 PM
Labels: Knot Garden, Rhododendron, Snow, Winter
Julie Harrison, a landscape designer and decorator, has a flair for creative and imaginative designs that are infused with her own unique sense of style. She knows that a good horticulturalist has to “get their hands dirty in order to get green.” Julie has been a contributor to CBS affiliate, WFSB's Better Connecticut, ABC News 8 Connecticut and Garden Talk on WTIC 1080. You can contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org and www.juliesharrison.com and www.juliethegardenfairy.com
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