You have the opportunity to help us tailor our Gardening Roundtable Series to meet your needs and interests. We've created a short survey to gather information about the topics you like us to cover as well as preferences for days and times. The Fall series will be presented using Zoom online meeting to provide continuing COVID safeguards.
1. Timing is Critical Knowing when to cut hydrangea blooms for drying is the secret to success. While you may be tempted to snip blossoms right at peak color, it is important to allow flowers to begin drying on the plant. After the blooms have graced your garden for several weeks the petals will start to feel papery and shift in color. When you see colors shift and petals lose their suppleness it is time to grab the pruners. 2. Making the Cut Cut stems in the morning after th