Gardening columnist Lee Oliphant’s granddaughter, Brooke Reynolds, visiting from Walnut Creek, uses a scissors to deadhead agapanthus in Oliphant’s garden.
Gardening columnist Lee Oliphant’s granddaughter, Brooke Reynolds, visiting from Walnut Creek, uses a scissors to deadhead agapanthus in Oliphant’s garden. PHOTO BY LEE OLIPHANT/SPECIAL TO THE CAMBRIAN
Gardening columnist Lee Oliphant’s granddaughter, Brooke Reynolds, visiting from Walnut Creek, uses a scissors to deadhead agapanthus in Oliphant’s garden. PHOTO BY LEE OLIPHANT/SPECIAL TO THE CAMBRIAN

A Gardener’s Notebook: The art of grateful deadheading

June 21, 2012 12:01 AM