Spring has arrived and (hopefully) by mid-month we will see our last frost date. Keep in mind that there is always a danger of frost
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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
With the heat of summer, it’s time to be sure that summer mulches are in place. Proper use of organic mulch can help to reduce
As the heat of August brings an abundance of blooms, prune back or “deadhead” fading and spent flowers. There’s still time to enjoy a second
As your garden winds down, think about what you could do differently or better next year. Make your harvest go further by interplanting or intercropping
Cleaning up the garden now can save time and work next spring. Cut off old flower stalks and diseased or infested plant parts and discard
As the trees shed their leaves, it’s time to prune overgrown evergreen shrubs. Cutting them back now helps control for size while encouraging bushier growth
Enjoy a beautiful poinsettia during the holiday season. When it’s not decorating a holiday table, give this tropical native a sunny window with an indoor temperature
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