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Author Archives: Loudoun County Master Gardeners
Lessons from a Remarkable Garden by Jill Johnson, VCE Loudoun County Master Gardener From spotting unusual plant combinations to ideas for creating garden rooms, there’s nothing like a visit to Blandy Arboretum in Boyce, VA or the Loudoun County Master … Continue reading →
If You Love Roses, You Should Know About Rose Rosette By Nancy Caldwell, Loudoun County VCE Master Gardener Roses add undeniable beauty and interest to the garden. And the newer varieties promise disease resistance and long bloom times. Sadly, disease … Continue reading →
Our Top Ten Things to Do for Your Garden in May By Jill Johnson, Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardener # 1. Hold off on putting in tender perennials until just past Mother’s Day, because Loudoun’s last frost date is May … Continue reading →
It’s Spring! by Jill Johnson, Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardener, Loudoun County Spring cleanup continues this month but only when the ground is not soggy. Carefully remove matted leaves that are covering up spring bulbs and ephemerals and cut back … Continue reading →
March – the Month to Get Gardening! By Jill Johnson, VCE Loudoun County Master Gardener Daffodils and crocus are coming up and March looks promising even though the weather doesn’t always cooperate. Saint Patrick’s Day on the 17th is a … Continue reading →