My recent postings here on HT have dealt with using a cast of characters to add ambience to one's indoor succulent garden (or anywhere in their home) through the use of whimsical figurines.
And because this past Sunday was Advent, it is time to share with you how certain whimsical figurines can add pizazz to one's succulent garden and throughout his/her home during the pre-Christmas season.
However, before I delve into that topic, and, since we are approaching (and may have reached) the season of the "W" word (W-I-n-T-E-R) in the northeastern United States, I would like to share with you some of the methods I have used in bygone years to winterize my urban (NYC) garden.
It is not too late for urban gardeners to think about how they might winter over their plants, shrubs, and herbs for the season. As most HT readers know, I have a lovely garden on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (as seen in image one), that is the result of years of “proper” winterizing, which I will be doing once again this Thursday, December 5th, and after that time (probably 12-7-13), I will provide more "how-to" specifics!
But if you want a "sneak preview," please see info @ https://www.facebook.com/TheLastLeafGardener/app_119255214825893
Urban Garden Winterizing
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Published December 3rd, 2013 12:00 PM