The days and nights are beginning to get ever so slowly cooler.
A summer of hot and dry weather brings a few pests to our yards and our gardens.
We have definitely had no shortage of hot weather.
We are at the mid point of July and there are many things to check in your gardens. Let me give you a list of things to do this week.
How is your lawn growing? With a pattern of rain on a regular basis, you may not have to do any supplemental watering.
In the fall of the year, the temperatures are cooling, yet the soil is warmer than the spring.
Where did the summer go? I doesn’t seem like that long ago we were talking about planting the flowers and the vegetable plants.
I thought it might be a good time to give you answers to some of the commonly asked questions that have been asked at the store in the past week or so.
It has been a rough year for your lawn. After the winter, the moles had dug tunnels all over the lawn.
We finally have gotten some much-needed rain. The vegetable plants should be very happy!