Reminder: How to make your garden look good for visitors

dead daylily blossom
If you don’t want wilting blossoms on your daylilies when you have visitors, consider liveheading them. Cut off the open blooms the day before your guests arrive. Photo by Connie Oswald Stofko

by Connie Oswald Stofko

Whether you will share your landscape on a garden walk or just have a few friends over for a barbecue, you want your yard to look nice. Here are some tips on how to make your gardens look attractive to visitors.

Here’s an article on how to prepare for a garden walk that is just as appropriate for a casual get-together. It links to other articles with more tips. Be sure to read the comments left by readers, too.

Here are a couple tips on how to keep particular flowers looking their best. One is for daylilies and the other is for geraniums.

What are your tips? Please leave a comment below.

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