Winter in the West can be rough on trees, shrubs, and perennials. Drying winds and long hard freezes can do a lot of damage. Though
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As we enter summer, we need to think about how to protect our gardens and yards from the heat and wind that can undo all
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 produces an abundance of blooms, prune back or “deadhead” the fading and spent flowers. There’s still time left to enjoy
In the cool of the morning or evening, take a walk around the garden and make mental notes as to what you like, what needs
Now is a good time to use a soil test kit or ask your local extension service if they’ll test your soil for you. To
As our outdoor chores slow down, assess what worked and what didn’t work in this year’s garden. Do you want to experiment with new tomato
Many beautiful holiday plants are available throughout the season, including poinsettias, cyclamens, paperwhite narcisscus, and Christmas cacti. When you bring your plants home, give them
Snow is a great insulator, and it’s fine to leave a light blanket of snow on your shrubs and other plants this month. Two or