Kathy Huber of the Houston Chronicle, looking for assurance, “recently asked [Welch] if he thought faithful old bulbs such as oxblood lilies and lycoris would pull through our historic drought. Heirloom bulbs have survived years of neglect in cemeteries and abandoned homesteads, but are they tough enough for this summer?”
Find out if Heirloom bulbs can survive the heat in Huber’s recent article here.
Not only will readers find out how to help plants survive the heat, but they will also find new essays on naturalizing daffodils, slips and starts, and growing fruit, a completely updated and expanded heirloom plant encyclopedia, revised plant lists (bulbs, cemetery plants, etc.) and new material on the creation of two of the authors' personal gardens.
Read more and order your own copy here.