We finally have gotten some much-needed rain. The vegetable plants should be very happy!
We are into August and we are now beginning to get some cooler nights.
August is rapidly winding down and there are things you need to be doing in your gardens.The end of August is the best time to divide your bearded iris plants.
It’s hard to believe that we are in the month of July. Now the gardens really begin to get growing!
We appear to be in a hot and dry summer.
Probably the only plus to all the hot weather has been the tremendous growth in our vegetable gardens.
Even though we have had a series of nice days, we still appear to be getting rainy days on a regular basis.
>Over the past week, I have talked to many people about a problem that they are having with their arborvitaes.
The sad reality is that we have to begin to think about the arrival of winter.
Mentally, it is so difficult to write the word September. But, September it is and the vegetable gardens should still be giving you a bounty of fresh vegetables.