By Melinda Myers – horticulturist and gardening expert Whether planting a garden, enjoying the beauty of your landscape, or sitting down to a delicious meal, you have bees, butterflies, and other pollinators to thank. These essential members of our community... Read More
As your landscape begins coloring up for fall it is time to help transition your gardens for winter and the coming year. Those of you in warm climates are switching to winter annuals, while those in colder regions are fortifying... Read More
When winter finally releases its firm grasp, the first signs of regrowth in the garden are often spring flowering bulbs like crocus and tulips. Even the slightest bit of green peeking up from the moist soil can make our spirits... Read More
You’ve spent the winter months pouring over seed catalogs and planning your garden for the new year. Don't let those fresh shoots be eaten by rabbits lying in wait. Follow Gardener Sue's rules for premium plant protection.
This spring, before your fruit trees form buds or 2-3 weeks after the flowers fade, protect them with liquid Plantskydd Deer, Rabbit, Vole Repellent. Follow Gardener Sue's rules for premium plant protection.
Mobile phones, tablets, and apps have become the tools of our modern lives. But it wasn’t that long ago that a shovel, a patch of soil, and a bag of seeds were the only tools needed to provide sustenance and... Read More