In much of the Northern Hemisphere, March is the month where every garden worthy of the name, does have some daffodils in bloom.
The bare bones of our winter garden is an empty canvas. March is the time to plan your garden in Spring.
Spring is an inspiring season for both gardeners and poets alike.
A poem from an unknown author illustrates how the life span of each Spring bloom is compressed.
William Wordsworth immortalized the daffodil through his poetry. This time of year, Wordsworth's daffodils are blooming.
Poet J. Barrie Shepherd writes about his longing for Spring during these long winter months.
What can flower gardeners do when their perennials' roots are sleeping the winter away?
Their daisy flowers have red, yellow, orange and maroon shades that remind us of the rich colors of the blankets woven by the Native Americans.
Poets William Blake and Siegfied Sassoon write about the longing for spring--something we can all relate to at this time of year.