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This nationally renowned garden designer, author, television host and Target design consultant has been bringing the indoors out since operating his own nursery in Tiverton, R.I. Each week, Conway provides easy-to-do projects and simple solutions for outdoor living, cooking, gardening and entertaining. His package includes a 650-word column (with photo) and reaches readers 28 and older–particularly homeowners. Sean Conway's website is at www.cultivatinglife.com.
Cultivating Life Samples
Anyone who has purchased a trunk full of plants from their local garden center knows that planting a garden can be an expensive endeavor, especially when you are just starting out; but it doesn't have to be.
The wonderful thing about a garden is that it is constantly evolving. I have been tending my current garden for almost 20 years.
After a slow start, spring is now coming on like a freight train. Over the next several weeks, my garden to-do list will grow longer with each passing day. Here are a few jobs that, if done now, will save you time later.
Among my friends and family, I am known as a bit of a perfectionist. The one area in which I have learned to go with the flow is the garden, where even the most determined personality cannot make things grow through sheer will.
If April showers bring May flowers, what do April flurries bring? Luckily, the same thing: flowers. Spring's chilly start has almost everyone I know grumbling. Not every plant gets the doldrums from an extended winter.
The calendar may say spring, but my thermometer definitely says winter.
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