Saturday, May 17, 2008

Catch Up Events

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Time is limited today. Please go to Vermont Gardens at
for a quick update on why we haven't had a chance to practice our writing skills. If you visit us at Peacham Pond Road this weekend, you'll find that the place in on auto pilot as we are planting with great vigor in preparation for our move to our new nursery.

In the gardens you'll see the spring colors of hundreds of hostas unfurling, the beauty of hellebores in full bloom, primroses opening forth, bleeding hearts in various stages of opening, trilliums looking great and daffodils and tulips here and there.

If you do stop by, feel free to interrupt with questions and directions of what is located where. Be sure not to overlook the epimediums in the lower garden around the standing stones. Exceptional!

Can't make it today? Try our commercial site Vermont Flower Farm We'll miss meeting you but at least you'll see what you're missing in person.

Writing from the mountain above Peacham Pond where the sun has us up to 63 degrees and a flock of turkeys has moved into the lower daylily beds. Enjoy today!

George Africa
The Vermont Gardener

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