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  • A harvest of pandemic pumpkins

    Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club|Updated Oct 20, 2020

    When the pandemic hit this spring, two former Montana State University-Northern college roommates, Jim Elliot and Andy Kueffler, who have families in Havre, decided they wanted to grow pumpkins. Their goal was to see who could grow the largest pumpkins. They searched the internet for seeds for giant pumpkins to make the competition spectacular. Andy started his pumpkin plants inside in May and then planted outside in June. Jim started his inside in March to early April and...

  • Searl yard featured pick of Bullhook Blossoms

    From Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club|Updated Aug 7, 2020

    At the top of Saddle Butte Drive is the beautiful manicured lawn of Frank and Gail Searl. The front offers different shrubbery and is interspersed with colorful perennials and annuals. On the front steps is a beautiful planter of Milliunbelles. In taking a stroll to the backyard, you find a peaceful waterfall flowing with flowers and greenery around it. Frank’s favorite flowers are lavender, red roses and geraniums spaced throughout the backyard. There is a bed of yellow a...

  • Donoven yard picked by Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club as August Yard of the Month

    From Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club|Updated Aug 16, 2016

    Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club has chosen the yard of Darlene and Lowell Donoven at 811 9th Street West as Yard of the Month. As you enter the driveway to the Donoven home, you are greeted with a giant dragonfly whose wings are filled with broken blue glass fragments. Continuing on up the driveway, the eye is drawn to garden scenes painted on the walls surrounding the driveway. The spacious lawn is well-groomed and large planters of petunias and snapdragons add bright color to...