As May’s temperatures rise, planting slows down, other than seeding and transplanting the real heat lovers, such as zinnia, okra, beans and corn. Bring your
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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
Heat and humidity are the twin demons that mean gardening in July in the South is not for the faint of heart. Nonetheless, the twins
Our long growing season and mild winters mean we can garden almost all year round. However, that takes some planning about when to start seeds
September is a month for looking back over the triumphs and mistakes of the summer garden season. If you’ve kept your tomatoes disease free, or
With the intense summer heat finally behind us, we can tackle a second growing season here in our Lower South gardens. This is a fine
This season of giving thanks reminds us to stop and appreciate the bounty of flowers and foods we harvest from our gardens. The first frost
The typically mild weather we enjoy in the Lower South in December makes this a good time to continue planting shrubs, trees, and vines. if
As you work on your New Year’s resolutions, take time to try something new in your garden, something just suited to that shady spot under