"I think that if you pinch them now, the flowers will be a little late. If you don't they will be finished blooming long before the fall. I cut my mums way back, maybe to 4- 6 inches tall. Each time you cut them the stems will branch, so my…"
your containers are fantastic! I read they're mostly for your clients so I have a question.What to do with people that don't keep up with watering their pots??Other than going to their house every other day and doing it myself!It's frustrating to me to do these beautiful arrangements and then see them all sad and toasted looking....
Corin, I have a question for you since you are in the business...I have a problem with identifying a flower. If you go to my home page an click on photos you'll see one picture of small white flowers. The picture isn't very good in quailty because the flowers are growing in rocks. When they first bloom they hang over like a little bell and then when they open they almost look like cosmos.. Do you have any idea what they might be? I have quests ask me all the time what they are and I just can't find them. Thanks, Karen
Corin, I'm sorry I'm pretty new to this site and haven't really figured out my way around yet. I just saw you slide show. Your gardens and arrangements are really amazing. Your dahlias are awesome. I'm VERY impressed.
Thank you for the comment on my picture. Actually the pic. is from last fall...the colors haven't turned that much yet. They are just starting but for me it's way to soon. Door County is called the New England of the Midwest. It is a beautiful place to visit....and to live. It's a very artsie place. Lots of gardening also. Come visit some time. You won't be disappointed....now I sound like I work for the Camber of Commerce! Karen
A place to connect with other hydrangea aficionados. It is a bit of a challenge to grow hydrangeas in zone 6b but in those lucky, mild winter years I am rewarded with stunning displays. Forums below contain useful info for easy reference.See More