Here we are at mid-August. And we have had some cooler days and cooler nights.
This week, I will give you a few more things to do in your yard.
It would appear that the calendar has run out of days in July. August always brings a new round of things to do in the yard.
One of the advantages of being retired is that you can stay home on really hot days and not have to hear people ask, “Is it hot enough for you?”
With the forecast for the first heat wave of the season, you may be tempted to stay in the house and ignore working in the yard.
The Kousa dogwood in the front yard has been holding on to its flowers for over a month.
Well, it looks like summer has finally arrived. It would appear that we are in for a week of hot and humid weather.
I had a question from Frank about a problem with a hens and chicks plant that was not growing the way he had hoped.
How is your lawn growing? With a pattern of rain on a regular basis, you may not have to do any supplemental watering.
Even though we have had a series of nice days, we still appear to be getting rainy days on a regular basis.