Newsletter or Blog: Which Will You Like Best?

Although our newsletter has 24,000 subscribers, friends kept asking us “Why don’t you do a blog?” So now there are two different ways to enjoy our lively mix of bulb tips, news, garden history, links, sales, and more.

Newsletter: The Friends of Old Bulbs Gazette

Our monthly newsletter includes 3-5 entertaining and educational articles along with alerts about sales, new bulbs, and OHG news. Each article includes one photo and links to others.

To subscribe, enter your email address below and click “Subscribe.” You’ll be sent a confirmation email with a link. Click it and you’ll be all set.

Then to assure delivery, please add newsletter@oldhousegardens.com to your email address book or safe/approved list. And have no fears: We will NEVER share your email address with anyone!

The Old House Gardens Blog

Our weekly blog features one of the articles from our most recent newsletter. Multiple photos are displayed and there are links to alerts about sales, etc. Take a look at our blog here.

To subscribe, enter your email address below and click “Subscribe.” You’ll be sent a confirmation email with a link. Click it and you’ll be all set.

Then to assure delivery, please add blog@oldhousegardens.com to your email address book or safe/approved list. And have no fears: We will NEVER share your email address with anyone!

Newsletter Archives By Topic

Crocus
Daffodils
Dahlias
Daylilies
Diverse, Spring-Planted
Diverse, Fall-Planted
Gladiolus
Hyacinths
Iris
Lilies
Peonies
Tulips
Raves & Faves
Staff Picks

Garden Tips
Pests & Diseases
Weather & Hardiness
Bulbs for the South
      (& Other Warm Areas)
Forcing Bulbs
OHG News

History & Heirlooms
Great Books
Links & Blogs

Garden Quotations
Poetry & Laughter
Made in Michigan
Your Garden Memories
Other Interesting Stuff

Newsletter Archives By Date

(For earlier articles, see our Archives By Topic, above.)

#184, Aug. 2016: hot summer bulb tips, top lily for butterflies, Thalia at Chanticleer, sad news, #1 state, etc.

#183, Jul. 2016: expert’s top 3 bulbs, America’s 1st peony, rethinking glads, perennializing vs. naturalizing

#182, Jun. 2016: bee-safe backyards, top 10 garden books, David Culp’s heirlooms, June bulb care, etc.

#181, May 2016: Great Plant Picks, peonies in bouquets, $3 million garden restoration, lightning fertilizer

#180, Apr. 2016: ‘Green Lace’ honored, All the Presidents’ Gardens, fish tank gravel, online peony guide

#179, Apr. 2016: Alcatraz bulbs, Istanbul Tulip Festival, dahlias for drought, “leftover” survives and wins

#178, Mar. 2016: our new blog, heirlooms in Wall St. Journal, flower stamps, March tips, winter aconites

#177, Feb. 2016: rescued dahlias, tips for stored bulbs, Southern Living’s 50th, world daff convention

#176, Jan. 2016: gray iris, fragrant glads, 28 new bulbs, winter woes, Jane Cowl, heirloom Plant of Year

#175, Dec. 2015: instant gift cards, lilies in the living room, broken-color iris, The Artist’s Garden, etc.

#174, Nov. 2015: Gaye’s tiny white daffs, thwart pests with “noxious” bulbs, $400k oak survives first year

#173, Oct. 2015: drought gardening, fragrant bulbs, hyacinth raves, daffodil combo, Wilma and Tink

#172, Oct. 2015: Kennedy’s tulips, destructive earthworms, award-winning daffodils, seasonal tips, etc.

#171, Sep. 2015: easier bouquets, fall is spring, wild tulips, Heritage Flower Farm, killing our bulbs, etc.

#170, Aug. 2015: JFK’s tulips, amazing earwigs, slave daffodils, new customer favorites, Pin it! etc.

#169, Jul. 2015: Indian turnip, daylilies in bouquets, earthworm “pests,” historic gardens finder, etc.

#168, Jun. 2015: tips for summer care, our tulips at Sissinghurst, Washington in the garden, etc.

#167, May 2015: peony supports, our tulips at Williamsburg, celebrating dirt, love letters to ‘Van Sion’

#166, Apr. 2015: top dahlias, phony bluebells, making glads face you, how old must heirlooms be?

#165, Apr. 2015: 14,000 antique catalogs online, dahlia centennial, 1954 companions for daylilies, etc.

#164, Mar. 2015: upgraded website, perfect daylily, new daffodil book, floral masterpieces remixed, etc.

#163, Feb. 2015: finding Papaw’s dahlia, 3 centuries/3 iris, Vanessa’s favorites, Lady Mayo’s Garden, etc.

#162, Jan. 2015: resurrected Bishop, 1921 glad show, stop hating orange, wintertime reappraisal, etc.

#161, Dec. 2014: Flora Illustrata, moving a 250-year-old oak, ultra-HD tulip photos, unique daylilies


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