You may have noticed that there are some moths flying around your yard. You may think that it is a bit odd that moths would be flying around this late in the year.
The month of December is rapidly winding down and all of us who garden will be settling in for “our long winter’s nap.”
Well, the November weather is proving to be erratic. Let’s hope that we soon get back to normal average high temperatures.
It is almost Thanksgiving and each day people tell me that they can’t believe that November is almost over. Yet the leaves haven’t fallen off the oak trees and in many yards the leaves are still sitting on the lawn.
This week, I thought that I would remind you of some of the chores that you need to finish before the snow flies into our yards for the winter.
It would appear that the creatures have begun to find our gardens.
My guess is that we found out that it can be very cold in November. Not just cold temperatures, but record cold temperatures. The cold temperatures that we had killed off the rest of your annual flowers and any of your remaining vegetable plants.
I was listening to the weather forecast for the weekend and it looks like it is going to get cold.
When you are out driving around, you may see a lot of Arborvitae shrubs covered in burlap.
By now, the last minute Christmas rush has begun for many people.