The Best Resource for February Garden Tips

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the 1914 painting Brook in Winter by Edwin Webster
Brook in Winter (1914)
Edwin Webster

Even if you improvise while cooking, you probably followed a lot of recipes before you reached that point. More important is that before you tried it, you learned how your ingredients work.

Same thing’s true for the garden.

Although most of us shouldn’t be constrained by following a formula, even creative and very accomplished people use a plan or system to produce desirable outcomes.

That’s why it’s so helpful to have resources such as this one created by the Missouri Botanical Garden.

There are two parts: February Tips and Tasks and February Pests and Problems.

“One very important aspect of motivation is the willingness to stop and to look at things that no one else has bothered to look at. This simple process of focusing on things that are normally taken for granted is a powerful source of creativity.”

Edward de Bono

Add to these recommendations my previous warning about buying hellebores from the produce and floral section of the supermarket and what not to do to crepe myrtles.

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