Do you fertilize your perennials? If you do, you may want to cut back to 1-2 times a year, if that, OR instead, amend your soil with a nice 1/2" top dressing of compost once or twice a year. Why? Some perennials actually become dependent on fertilizers in order to bloom - and that won't do, not on YOUR SHIFT. Oh no! Try compost; it not only brings nutrients to the soil, but it also builds the soil and improves it over time.
The Husband got hold of the camera!
Whoa! Stop the press. What a surprise I got today! I was downloading some images off the camera that I'd taken and found these others amongst them.
Can you identify these flowers?
Keepin' it Lupi
Owner & Eccentric Urban Farmer
Goin' Lupi, LLC