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Horticulturist, Jim Pirhalla lends his thoughts to one of his favorite Daffodil cultivars: To me, for all of the garden plants, daffodils (Narcissus spps.) have it made. Let me explain. After a long hard winter when even a yellow gum wrapper or a red cola can in the yard tricks one into believing that spring […]

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There is one word to describe the garden this week and that is fleeting.  In a period of seven days we will have experienced relentless, driving rains, wind gusts to 40 mph and temperature swings that vary from upper 20’s to near 80’s. How are plants supposed to respond to that?  The nature of our […]

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Winterthur’s daffodil display is one of the Brandywine Valley’s best kept secrets. Planted in drifts by the thousands, daffodils are a visual high note in the Winterthur Garden, flowering in between the peak displays of minor bulbs in March Bank and azaleas and rhododendrons in Azalea Woods. Thanks to a recent mention in Martha Stewart Living, a whole new audience […]

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