Written by Cinthia Milner of B.B. Barns Garden Center
Old plants are becoming new again, so if your gardening knowledge and budget are still growing, why not make it easy on yourself?
Bomb cyclones, frigid temperatures, heating bills, cabin fever, it’s almost over. Spring arrives on the 20th of this month. For the gardeners, gardener wannabes, and everyone in between, that’s the best 2018 news so far.
So yes, go ahead: Get excited. If you haven’t been doodling sketches for additional beds, scouring catalogs for new plants, or watching home gardening shows, do so now. Some advice? A few plant suggestions? Go retro. Old plants are becoming new again.
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