Apply weed preventer to your garden beds now to stop weed seeds from sprouting. Mulch also helps retain moisture in the soil.
New daffodil varieties are available in heat-tolerant varieties that can handle the hot weather in warm climates.
Early winter weather is becoming the norm. If suddenly the forecast calls for snow, try these tips to help protect your plants.
From mums and pansies to violas and ornamental kale, a new crop of flowers debuts in fall. These plants produce colorful blooms for weeks and weeks.
Slightly cooler temperatures are perfect for growing salad greens. Whether harvesting as sprouts, tender baby greens, or mature, leafy greens, plant now for salads later.
Building better soil is the single most important thing you can do to improve your gardening success. And now is the best time to do it!
Plant fragrant shrubs for a sweet-smelling landscape all year.
Plant cyclamen in your fall shade garden. Flowers in white, pink and lavender hues hover above silvery foliage in the fall like butterflies.
Change out your current containers or treat yourself to new ones for a seasonal look.
Keeping your flowers protected with a cover will help lengthen their survival during times of frost or temperatures below 55 degrees.
Bring fall colors to your front porch by decorating with pumpkins, gourds and lanterns.
Fall bulbs are like a present you can’t open until spring. When you see the beautiful colors year after year, you’ll know it was worth the wait.