It is time to watch the bulb foliage slowly die back, while you watch with deep frustration and less patience. Here is the link from the Rambling Manure blog's archive to clue you in on how to handle the care of your spring flowering bulbs.
Erupting in yards everywhere, a crime against our trees continues to spread. The trees stand, apparently silent, able to only witness without acting. If they could move, they would be kicking and scolding.
I speak for the trees.
Yep. A super fast day at HG. (Of course because we are THE spring place to be...) Zipping along, it finally edged to quitting time. So what do I want to do? Go home and garden. Of course.
Yikes and oh my! Runs for the hills! Hide your children! They are already gettin' it worked into a frenzy......
Last year was a disaster for our beloved impatiens. One day they looked fine, the next day all the leaves were yellowed and lying on the ground. I had gone to Maine on vacation in early autumn and returned to leafless stems. My colorful beauties had been ravaged.