|Crocus blooming in the Snow|
A late winter snow storm has dumped a few inches of snow on early season bulbs. Many of which seem even earlier considering the unusual weather of the past 2 months. A few inch's of snow will hopefully slow down some of the early season bulbs that have made their way to the surface of mulch beds during the warm weather of the winter. Also a little snow will allow for a better bloom when the time is right and give the plants a natural boost. Many gardeners call these snow events natures fertilizer.
|Daffodils up against a house|
|Simple Spring Color in a Vase|
A while back I thought I heard that the City of Springfield is replacing the field at Central High School with a Synthetic turf. And I would strongly recommend that if and when they replace Plumb field, I hope the powers to be consider a field that most communities are going to these days. East Longmeadow installed one and I know Longmeadow was considering it with the construction of a new high school.
|Is this the new Plumb field ?|
Thanks for reading the blog, over a thousand views and counting. This weekly edition will cover everything in the landscape or garden and then some. Also if you don't mind I like to get on my soap box and solve the issues of the world, country or my own little space. So I hope you enjoy reading and look forward to rolling out several columns in the future ahead.
Edward Pagliaro C.G.M.
The Original Eduardo
P.S. You were the first Day Dream Believer Davey Jones.