How did you do on last week’s quiz? The answers were: 387; Kentucky Blue Grass; St. Augustine grass; Wimbledon, England; oxygen; and thatch. Bonus
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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Spooky-but-fun Halloween inflatables will take your breath away. (That’s a Halloween trick–we’re joking. They self-inflate.)
When the weather cools, you’ll want a fire pit of your own. Learn how to make a fire pit.
CONTROL WEEDS: Use in the fall to control the weeds and start the process of storing nutrients when the plants wake up again in
October To Do Lists, Zones 10 & 11 Mulch and water well—dry spells this month can last a week or longer. On your next trip
October 2012 To-Do List, Zone 9 October is one of the most pleasant months of the year, and a very busy time for gardeners. We’ll
A grant program, sponsored by the Home Depot Garden Club and the National Gardening Association, teaches kids about the fun of gardening.
Put a little “boo” in your abode this Halloween with hauntingly fun decorations.
Much of the southern part of Zone 8 suffered a crippling drought this summer and it is hard to know when the rains will come
October 2012 To Do List, Zone 7 October is a wonderful month for planting larger plants and some smaller ones. First of all, the weather
October 2012 To Do List, Zone 5 Leaves, leaves, leaves – many people spend the fall raking and bagging leaves. Try the smarter, easier, earth-friendly
October 2012 To Do List, Zone 6 Fall continues to be a great time for planting, especially trees and shrubs. Before planting new trees, research