all is a time for wrapping up the garden, both figuratively and
literally. It’s time to pull out frost-killed annual flowers, cut back
perennial flowers, compost leaves, and protect tender shrubs. One of the
most precious flowers to protect are your roses.
If you happen to be wandering the mountainous regions of Turkey in
spring, you may notice small wildflowers that look oddly familiar. The
species tulip originated from this region of the world and in the 1600s
was used by the Dutch to breed the now famous large flowered tulips we
all know and love.
Horticulturist Charlie Nardozzi joins us for Vermont Edition’s annual fall gardening show to
share tips on fall lawn care, storing the harvest, saving seeds, fall planting
and getting ready for next season.