Putting the ‘dig’ in shindig

Putting the ‘dig’ in shindig

Annual plant and bulb sale has perfect timing for local gardens
Crocus don’t attract deer, but they are irresistible to butterflies, as this Western Painted Lady seeks nectar from a drift of Crocus chrysanthus “Cream Beauty” blooming last March in a north Durango garden.
Daffodils’ beauty belie their iron constitution as deer-proof stalwarts of spring. Here in an Animas City garden, the species Narcissus Brackenhurst toughs out a mid-April dusting of snow.
Glowing blue, gold and white of the Tricolor crocus (Crocus sieberi “tricolor”) provide a cheerful and deer-resistant highlight to the dullness of still-dormant gardens of early spring.

Putting the ‘dig’ in shindig

Crocus don’t attract deer, but they are irresistible to butterflies, as this Western Painted Lady seeks nectar from a drift of Crocus chrysanthus “Cream Beauty” blooming last March in a north Durango garden.
Daffodils’ beauty belie their iron constitution as deer-proof stalwarts of spring. Here in an Animas City garden, the species Narcissus Brackenhurst toughs out a mid-April dusting of snow.
Glowing blue, gold and white of the Tricolor crocus (Crocus sieberi “tricolor”) provide a cheerful and deer-resistant highlight to the dullness of still-dormant gardens of early spring.
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