Clip of the Week: Spring-flowering Plants

April 30, 2010 at 12:00 AM Leave a comment

Happy Friday, everyone!

Before I introduce this week’s clip, I wanted to share with you all a special announcement that we’ve been working on.

As of this week, all of our clips of the week can now be downloaded via iTunes!  This means that not only can download and watch our clips at your leisure, but you can also upload them to your iPod, iPhone, or iPad and watch them on-the-go.  In addition, you can subscribe to our video podcast and automatically receive our new clips as they appear!

To find our video podcast on iTunes, simply access the iTunes store and search for “Ed Hume.”  We will also have the permanent link seen below added to our “about” section and our “recommended sites” on the right.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gardening-in-america/id369247671

We’re really happy about this new feature of the site and hope that it can result in more people being able to access our information for the good of gardeners everywhere.  Check it out today!

On to our clip of the week.  This week’s clip offers some suggestions for Spring-flowering plants that you can add to your garden now.  Keep in mind that these aren’t the only plants currently flowering; they’re just a few of my personal favorites.

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I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and we’ll see you here on Monday!

Best wishes,

Ed

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