It looks like this weekend; Mother Nature took care of freezing the ground.
The last column of the year is a bit unsettling to do. I think if there is anything I may have missed telling you to do in your yard.
Where are all the red berries? This has been a common question from all the people who use the red berries, also called winterberry.
Do you know where your garden chemicals are? Many people keep their garden insecticides, weed killers and fungus controls in the garage or in a shed.
The leaves are beginning to slowly color up into their fall colors. Soon it will be time to get the leaf rake out!
October is slowly rolling to a close. The temperatures have been abnormally warm so we all have been lulled into a sense of late summer. But we all know (or deny) that November can be a bear when it comes to weather.
When people decorate for the holidays, wreaths, garland and the tree are things that usually come to mind.
It’s hard to believe that it is almost Christmas. If you add another week or so to that time and we are into 2016. Wow!
We have had our first accumulating snow.
Applying a layer of mulch around the base of your perennials, rose bushes and shrubs is an important fall chore.