Breaking ground

Posted: March 3, 2018 at 1:54 a.m.

English primroses don’t have a long growing season in Arkansas but they work as “shoulder plants,” bridging the color gap between winter and summer.

English primroses don’t have a long growing season in Arkansas but they work as “shoulder plants,” bridging the color gap between winter and summer.

MARCH It seems we left the drought behind us and moved into the monsoon season. We are kicking off gardening in 2018 with a splash. Once it dries up a bit, our soils should be ready for planting.

English primroses thrive with a combination of moist, rich soil and cool, humid air.

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