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Tidewater Gardening es in the late winter, sometimes pushing its f lowers through the lingering snow cover in late February or early March. Blooming before crocus, it is very frost tolerant. Winter aconite is a member of the buttercup family and is found naturally from southern France to Bulgaria in Europe. Its yellow, buttercup-type blooms appear on dwarf, 3- to 6-inch-tall plants. They do well in partial shade to full sun, though they do need a good supply of moisture if in full sun. A good naturalizing plant, it will self-seed. A perennial tuber and not a bulb, it is recommended that you soak the tubers overnight before planting. In

Snowdrops the late summer and early fall, plant the tubers 2 to 3 inches deep and 3 inches apart. Snowdrops (Galanthus sp.) are perfectly named for their snowwhite blossoms that gracefully nod

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September 2015 ttimes web magazine  

Tidewater Times September 2015

September 2015 ttimes web magazine  

Tidewater Times September 2015