We visited Connie Ortberg’s garden in Carver, Minnesota, exactly five months ago today (refresh your memory HERE). Check out what’s going on in her garden this fall!
Connie says, “Despite the long, hot, dry summer here in Minnesota, the meadow seemed to rebound this fall. We had our first hard frost last Saturday and well…that was “The Last Hurrah.” Now onto daffodil and allium planting. I’m looking forward to cooler temps, walks on fallen leaves, campfires, apple cider, and all things cozy.”
Me, too, Connie. I love fall… and I loved your gardens last hurrah!
****** Call-out for TIPS! (Again) ******
Hey everyone, put your thinking caps on–we’re in the midst of collecting gardening tips for the May/June 2013 issue (Crazy, I know…it’s not even winter yet!). Got any time saving tricks, quick hints, or helpful suggestions you’d like to share? They should be relevant to spring and early summer (for example, no fall leaf-raking tips). Accompanying photos are welcomed but not at all necessary. Send them to me at [email protected], and if we decide to publish yours we’ll send you $25. Thanks!
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