Wednesday, April 16, 2008

When to Prune Spring Flowering Trees and Shrubs

Washington Gardener Enews Vol. 4, No. 4 — April 15, 2008 is now out and archived here.


In This Issue:
When to Prune Spring Flowering Trees and Shrubs
Magazine Excerpt: Elevated Edibles
April To-Do List
Spotlight Special: Garden Splendor
Reader Contest: Leesburg Flower & Garden Fest Passes
Local Gardening Events

Pictured here is my arch - moved from the backyard framing my pond entrance to the side yard -- to be covered soon in Clematis 'Sweet Autumn' and a yellow climbing rose , whose name escapes me right now. To the right you see the last of my Forsythia blooms still hanging on.

2 comments:

treegirl said...

I was thrilled to see the articles on your site but very disappointed when each and every one of them opened the dreaded page "not found" so I hope you can help because your articles are just what I have been looking for!

marthafrommilledgevillega

Martha Wright
Milledgeville, GA 31061

WashingtonGardener said...

HI Martha - Glad you stopped by. The frustrating thing is our Enewsletter host went out of business on us with no warning or notice so those archive files are trapped on their site and can no longer be accessed. BUT the good news is I have the originals still and will be re-posting them as I have time to our web site over the next year.
PS we have moved our Enewsletters now to issuu.com. Just look there for "Washington Gardener" to see our last few issues. To sign up to get future issuesset directly to you, just send your email to washingtongardener (at) RCN (dot) com.