Tag: perennials

Lavender Clippings

Lavender Clippings

The “garden gals” visited Lavender Acres in Meridian, Idaho to learn about pruning lavender in the spring, Grosso lavender specifically. Donna gave us a quick demonstration using the electric pruners and if you have a lot of lavender, you will need the electric shears, too. But, if not, the long handled pruners will work as […]

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A Cutting Garden for South West Idaho

A Cutting Garden for South West Idaho

It is always fun to have flowers to cut and bring into the house. It is NOT fun when those flowers droop after a few hours in a vase! So I put together a pinterest board of some flowers that do good to great in a vase- meaning they last longer than a day or […]

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Juniper Hedges and the New Fence

I wanted to add several more pictures to update on the juniper hedges and their removal and shredding, the fence building and the flower bed planting. Here are the photos with a little bit of commentary. We hired a neighbor with a back hoe to haul out the junipers and move them to our pasture […]

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Best Perennials for the Treasure Valley

In Idaho, it’s hot and dry in the summers and for some people, water is very expensive. ¬† If you want to know what grows well in your area, walk around your neighborhood and check out the landscape. ¬†Look to see what is in bloom, what is flourishing and even check out what plants look […]

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