If you have been gardening for any period of time, you know how important it is to fertilize your plants.
I was surprised that I woke up to the sound of rainfall on Tuesday morning.
As much as we hate to admit it, winter is on its’ way.
The days are beginning to get cooler and the nights feel cold compared to a summer night.
Christmas Eve is only a week away.
The temperatures are still relatively mild. In many ways, it seems more like early spring than early winter.
Hopefully, last winter taught gardeners the importance of mulching their gardens in the late fall.
The end of August is near and that means that you have some chores to do. Let’s get started on the Honey Do list.
If you have the tall bearded iris in your garden, you will notice that the rhizomes are about half way above the surface of the ground.
We finally had the soaking rain that our plants have desperately needed.
If you have maple, oak or other deciduous trees in your yard, there are two things you can be pretty sure will happen each year.