12th Apr, 2014

Spring is here and so am I

It seems an impossible length of time since I’ve been on this blog. Somehow I managed to be in Paris and came back to winter; and then we went to California and came back to winter. So now Spring is arriving in such a stealthy manner it has made us all anxious.

During these periods I made the decision  not to go on any more tours. I love to travel so if I’m going anywhere it will be with my beloved husband. My days of touring groups of people are over.  Unless, of course, I change my mind.

I will be on CBC’S  Fresh Air   with Mary Ito Sunday April 13, 2014  between 7:30 and 8 a.m.

I’ll post notes about pruning tomorrow a.m.  We had a very lively discussion.

I have a piece in Zoomer magazine about my favourite gardens.

 

 

 

Responses

just listened to your interview with mary ito. i really enjoyed it and thanks for all of the tips!

the reason i haven’t included my last name is, well, i do this for as living and it was good to pick up a few pointers. never too late to learn something new as i gear up for the spring/summer season ahead.

again, many thanks.

john p.,
london

Thank you, thank you, Marjorie, for your comments on when to prune Japanese maples…. Also, loved your comments about not leaving ‘stubs’. I always tell my clients that they can tell if the person they have hired really knows anything about pruning by simply looking to see if they have left any ‘stubs’. I have very seldom found that the previous people did a good job.
I love to read your e-newsletter and your blog.
Keep up the good work!
Cheers,
Susan Wheeler

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