Southern Gardening: Hybrid Superbells are a garden hit
Garden catalogs are arriving in my mailbox at a pace I haven’t seen in quite a few years. Every day, a new catalog tries to tempt me to plant the latest and greatest this spring. The parade of polar vortexes with extreme low temperatures is only making matters worse.
During a cold winter, people ask what garden and landscape plants are not going to make it. I always tell folks we’ll just have to wait until spring to see which plants “wake up” and start growing.
But thanks to the catalogs, one thing I do know is that we won’t have to worry about adding annual color when the temperature eventually rises.
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