Spring has arrived and (hopefully) by mid-month we will see our last frost date, although Memorial Day is really the first “safe” weekend to plant
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All parts of the region should be frost free by the first of the month, so feel free to put in your tender annuals, vegetables
July is for weeding, watering and harvesting. Stay ahead of the weeds by hoeing or pulling them when they are small, then mulching well to
Has your garden grown out of control with dandelion, broadleaf plantain, and other weeds? Weeds fill a vacuum and any cleared soil will soon refill
In New England, the moderating air temperatures and increased rainfall make the autumn months a good time to plant trees and shrubs. Unlike in spring,
Autumn is a fine time to clean up the garden, which may sound like a chore now–but you’ll be glad you did some prep work
Although it’s better to plant bulbs in early fall, there’s still time to plant daffodils and other bulbs, at least until the ground freezes. Beautiful
Dress up your home for the holidays by bringing in boughs trimmed from your evergreens. They’ll fill the air with a spicy fragrance. Look for
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