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.
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!
They weather continues to remain warmer than normal. The extended forecast calls for the weather to get colder by Saturday.
It’s that time of the year when many people put up a fresh cut Christmas tree.
We are into December and many of you will be bringing home some variety of holiday plant.
The onslaught has begun. The winter moths have hatched out and you will see them flying across roads, clinging to your windows when the lights are on in your house and they are even flying around your trees.
After last winter, there was a lot of damage to plants from snow being pushed upon plants.
The leaves have fallen off the trees and the perennial beds have died back and need to be cut back.
I received a question from a reader concerning mulching plants in the fall.
The leaves have turned color and now they are beginning to fall. Pine needles are dropping off the trees as the trees prepare for winter.