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By Steve Kawaratani | September 11, 2009
“This bud... May prove a beauteous flower when next we meet.” — William Shakespeare Bulbs have long been a fascination for gardeners. Many can be counted on to bloom annually, after a dormant period and disappearance into the soil. Most bulbs live for years, and it is part of garden magic to anticipate their yearly return. Bulbs are commonly grouped according to their season of bloom, a purely arbitrary ordering. They make their first appearance at your local nursery in early September, commencing with crocus, ranunculus, bearded iris and narcissus.
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September 13, 2002
THE GARDEN FANATIC "This bud ... May prove a beauteous flower when next we meet." -- William Shakespeare " ... be sure to stop and smell the flowers." -- New York Times With Catharine rafting down the Grand Canyon, I focus my attention toward the prospect of bulbs. For the uninitiated, it may seem odd to be purchasing bulbs that won't be blooming for months. But to enjoy flowers in the spring, choose now to ensure the best selection. Bulbs have long been a fascination for gardeners.
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By STEVE KAWARATANI | September 1, 2006
"To everything there is a season … " – The Bible "A change in the weather is sufficient to recreate the world and ourselves." – Marcel Proust The season of tourists (also called summer) is nearly over in Laguna, marked by the closing of the festivals, the last performance of the pageant, and the observance of Labor Day. The first tangible result of the end of summer is the availability of parking downtown again. Although the days are becoming noticeably shorter, the unseasonably warm and sticky weather has left most of us in an unwanted state of inelegance.
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By: Steve Kawaratani | September 16, 2005
o7"This bud ... may prove a beauteous flower when next we meet."f7 --William Shakespeare o7"Be sure to stop and smell the flowers."f7 --New York Times The prospect of bulbs is upon us again -- the process of selecting plants that offer brilliant color and a spirit of renewal. For the uninitiated, it seems odd to be purchasing bulbs that won't be blooming for months. But to enjoy flowers in the spring, you have to choose your bulbs now for the best selection.
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By Steve Kawaratani | September 11, 2009
“This bud... May prove a beauteous flower when next we meet.” — William Shakespeare Bulbs have long been a fascination for gardeners. Many can be counted on to bloom annually, after a dormant period and disappearance into the soil. Most bulbs live for years, and it is part of garden magic to anticipate their yearly return. Bulbs are commonly grouped according to their season of bloom, a purely arbitrary ordering. They make their first appearance at your local nursery in early September, commencing with crocus, ranunculus, bearded iris and narcissus.
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