The weather has made this one of the strangest late fall / early winters that I can remember.
At this time of the year, there is always the “what do I get…..insert a name…. for a holiday gift.
As people decorate indoors for the holidays, please keep in mind that any evergreens, whether it be garland or fresh cut boughs, can dry out quickly indoors. You can spray your greens with an anti-desiccant spray.
This is probably the weekend when the majority of people go shopping for a Christmas tree. Let me tell you a few things about buying and caring for your tree.
The holiday season is upon us, and many of you will be decorating your home for the holidays.
Thanksgiving is a time to gather together and feast on all kinds of fine foods.
The warm weather continues in our area. Still time to plant some tulip bulbs.
I would guess that this is going to be the fall that we do not have to worry about watering our trees and shrubs.
I love computers. One minute you have e-mail, the next minute it is gone.
As we creep toward November, there are things to finish up in the garden.
The last few weeks, I have talked to many customers about the importance of lime in improving their gardens.
As much as I hate to admit it, we do have to start thinking about the arrival of winter.
Last week, I was telling you about fall being the time to plant tulip, daffodil and crocus bulbs. This week,
The calendar soon turns to October.
The meteorologist have told us that we could get a frost in Western Massachusetts this past week.
We have had a lot of cool weather for this time of the year.
We have been lucky that this has been an early fall with plenty of rain.
Insects appear to be a problem for many gardeners.
As summer slowly slips away, it is time to begin your fall gardening chores.
In August, as things slow down a bit in the store,
People have been commenting on the number of insects that are in our gardens this year.
If these are the dog days of August, it’s one cool dog.
The heat and humidity have made the plants and the weeds grow quickly.
July is winding down and will be remembered for all of the hot weather. In February, remind me not to complain if we get some really cold weather.
The hot and muggy weather of July has arrived.
If you like humidity, this has been the summer for you. However, it may not be a good time for your plants.
July is officially here and with its arrival comes warmer weather and a host of gardening chores for you to complete.