Winter can be rough on trees, shrubs, and perennials. Though days are warming, nights are still cold, as is the soil. Some plants may be
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Weed season is well underway in June, and it is best to control them before they get well established. Dig weeds when the soil is
Tomatoes are America’s most popular vegetable for the home garden. But remember that when temperatures stay above 90 degrees F, tomatoes resist setting fruit. Be
Has your garden has grown out of control with thistle, dandelion, goose grass, and other weeds? Weeds fill a vacuum, and soil cleared of weeds
In this region, the moderating air temperatures and increased rainfall make the autumn months a good time to plant trees and shrubs. Unlike in spring,
October is a great time to clean up the garden, but you can still plant, too. Try evergreens for winter interest and bulbs for blooms
Winter is on its way, but that doesn’t mean our window boxes and other planters have to stand empty and bare. Fill them with new
For holiday flowers and fragrance, force blooms of paperwhite narcissus. Start by choosing large, firm bulbs with no soft spots. Place the bulbs in water,
Out with the old, in with the new. Take a little time this month to go through your seed stash and make a list of