The Grasses of Winter. . .

. . . and the Wind that Enhances Their Beauty

by Debbie Ludas, member of Neuse River Hawks, local chapter of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation.

Some of you may have heard the term, “winter interest”.  This is a phrase used by gardeners who like to enjoy their garden all year long.  It is easy to have Spring and Summer blooms, also fall color, and indoor Christmas flowers.  It is much harder to consider bark, berries, contrast, texture, and movement

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