This week, there are a lot of odds and ends to cover on things that you need to know about your lawn and gardens.
August has arrived and our gardens are producing all kinds of flowers and vegetables.
The extended weather report says that we are in for a week of very hot weather.
The warm weather continues in our area. Still time to plant some tulip bulbs.
I guess that we are back to typical April weather. I have found, over the years, that the weather isn’t consistently warm until closer to the end of April and sometimes May.
Many people have come into the store with a question about shrubs. The question always centers on the fact that they have a plant that appears to have died over the winter.
It’s hard to believe that it is June 1 st. We have had another year of going from winter to summer weather.
This past weekend was surely a case study in how our weather can bounce from hot to cold and from dry to wet.
It looks like we might get a week with a few showers but no rainy days.
I am beginning to feel that I could write one column and use it for the last 3 weeks! Rain and all of the associated garden problems continue unabated.