Enjoy vases of daffodils (aka narcissus) while they're in bloom, but don't combine daffodils with other cut flowers … the calcium oxalate crystals in daffodil sap will clog the stems of other blooming vase-mates, causing them to wilt.
If my latest Winter Review post, Are you invasive species savvy? did not offer ample links for learning about Connecticut's invasive plants, check this guide. Once you can identify invasive plants, and likely have learned your landscape contains at least one, it's time to learn how to properly dispose invasive plants.
Winter is the ideal dream time for cold-climate gardeners, but it's also a perfect time to review good gardening practices and increase your gardening knowledge. For this Winter Review we'll examine winter pruning.