Finally...finally...all the snow is gone and I can see my yard. Every April, hope springs anew that this will be the year I finally get my garden into order. There is an abundance of gardening titles for spring clean-up, garden maintenance, garden design, etc.:
|Better Homes and Gardens Gardening Made Simple: the complete step-by-step guide||The Curious Gardener: a year in the garden by Anna Pavord||How to Cheat at Gardening and Yard Work by Jeff Bredenberg|
|Plant This Instead: better plant choices by Troy B. Marden||Refresh Your Garden Design with Color, Texture and Form by Rebecca Sweet||The Essential Garden Design Workbook by Rosemary Alexander|
This spring, I plan to take advantage of the library's Ask an Expert series featuring Toronto Master Gardeners. Toronto Master Gardeners are university-trained horticulturists who volunteer their time to share their expertise. At North York Central Library, join us for a talk on selecting, maintaining, caring for large shrubs and trees, on Tuesday April 29 in Room 1.