Southern Gardening: Spring brings garden shows
Cabin fever seems to hit me earlier each year, and it doesn’t help that we haven’t had much of a winter the past couple of years.
I already have tomato transplants ready to put in the ground even though it’s still two months from the traditional last frost date here on the coast. I saw blooming annuals for sale this weekend at a local garden center. I think I’m feeling a little warm.
Every time I find a new catalog in the mailbox, the pictures look so good that I start to feel a little guilty that I don’t have at least one of everything. Now if I’m feeling this way and I’m a professional gardener, what’s the casual gardener supposed to do?
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