Even though the rain came on the weekend, it was nice to finally get some rain. Luckily, the rain started gently, allowing much of the rain to soak into the lawns and gardens.
June has come and gone and I must admit that the only good thing about it from a gardening standpoint is that we didn’t have to spend a lot of money to pay for watering our gardens. Here’s hoping July has better weather.
Thanksgiving is a time to gather together and feast on all kinds of fine foods.
Sunday is Easter Sunday and many of you will give or receive pots of Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinth or Lilies. What you may not know is how to care for these plants after you receive the plants.
The rain and cold weather we had early last week did have an effect on many plants in our gardens.
OK, who left the heat on? In the past few years, we seem to have gone from late winter directly into the heat of summer. Heat and humidity has never been a favorite combination for me.
The hot and humid weather has arrived and with it comes the challenge of making sure that all of the plants in the garden are receiving enough water to help those plants to survive.
Rain, Rain, go away.
It was beautiful weather for gardening this past weekend.
At the garden center, we have seen a few weeks of people buying plants for their vegetable gardens.