After the vibrant colors of fall fade and the gray skies of winter engulf the Great Lake States, it can be a bleak time for gardens seeking the comfort of a bloom or the scent of a flower. This is the period when seasonal depression can lead some to travel south or to read gardening books while pining for the first sign of spring. Imagine unlocking the secret to extending flowering in your garden during these mundane times. Whether it is book ending your landscape with witch hazels or mass planting uncommon bulbs and corms, there are several plants that can add interest to the winter garden. Matthew will offer insight into enhancing the winter garden with plants and techniques that can provide a chance to overcome the frigid temps and gray skies.
Jan 23 2017 - 10:30am