Probably the only plus to all the hot weather has been the tremendous growth in our vegetable gardens.
>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.
Last spring you may remember that I had told you about using a product called Damminix to help to control deer ticks in your yard.
Well, it looks like we are back in the heat again. Having hot weather at this time of the growing season can present problems for any plants that you are growing in containers.
A common complaint among gardeners has been that the tomato plants have been slow to grow and set tomatoes.
There have been a lot of garden problems that have cropped up this past week so I figured that this weeks column will be “ a little of this and a little of that”.
We appear to be in a hot and dry summer.
When the weather is as hot as it was last week, it can be hard to keep up with watering your plants.