The leaves are beginning to slowly color up into their fall colors. Soon it will be time to get the leaf rake out!
Well, it’s getting to be that time of the year.
I usually write this column early on Tuesday morning. I woke up early on Tuesday morning and heard a strange sound outside.
Last week, I told you about fall being the time to plant tulip, daffodil, hyacinth, crocus and other spring flowering bulbs.
We have had some cool mornings and some very nice warm days. This is the kind of weather that should inspire you to be working in your yard.
The last few weekly columns concerned getting your lawn looking as good as new. The only thing you need to know now is what type of grass seed you need to make your lawn your pride and joy.
It’s officially the month of September. As much as we dread to see the calendar roll around to September, there are things in the yard that need to be done.
We are into the last week of August. How does your lawn look?
Late August is the time that most of the mosquito transmitted diseases begin to rise. There have been reports of EEE found in mosquitoes in southern Massachusetts.
Here we are at mid-August. And we have had some cooler days and cooler nights.