Gathering seaweed that has been washed ashore, rinsed free of salt water and added to the garden and compost pile brings essential nutrients for our
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Coastal and Tropical South
June is when everything begins to heat up in the garden, from temperatures to color. To cool things down, plant cool colored annuals and perennials
Tropical storm season is with us through November. Secure container grown plants and trees and remove any diseased branches from trees. Slightly reduce the umbrellas
Many plants develop unsightly spots on their leaves when hit by salt spray. While the spots may not kill the plant, constant damage to leaf
Think about plants to accent the entrance to your home or garden. Climbing vines on a structure draw the viewer’s eye upward. If you are
October’s cooler weather coaxes us back into the garden. Take advantage of the break in the heat to prepare new beds for flowers and vegetables.
There are many beautiful colors to enjoy in the garden this month. As chlorophyll production slows down in the cooler weather, yellows and oranges appear
Live or fresh-cut Christmas trees fill our homes and offices with a clean, spicy fragrance during the holidays. When the season draws to a close,
The month of January is a good time to make plans for your spring garden. As you sketch out new beds and think about renovating