With all the hustle and bustle of December, remember to check in on the garden from time-to-time. Here are a few reminders.
This Month in the Garden
Much of gardening success hinges on taking the right steps at the best times so we’ve compiled timely reminders to help you succeed.
Before you huddle down and hibernate for the winter, take a sunny day to finish up these things in the yard.
Don’t you love that crisp autumn air? Fall color is in full swing and plants are getting ready for the winter. Get outside and take care of some of these things before the snow flies.
With the heat of summer behind us, now is the perfect time to get caught up on all those lawn and garden projects you’ve been avoiding. Here are a few things to consider . . .
During the heat of summer, plants need extra water and so do you. Stay hydrated when working in the yard and avoid working outdoors during the hottest part of the day.
It is pretty hot out there. Remember to drink plenty of fluids when doing garden work, and try to get things done in the morning or late evening when it’s cooler.
Warm weather is great for picnics and ballgames, but it’s also great for insects. Early detection is key to effective treatment. Spend some time in your yard and take care of these garden tasks.
Mother’s Day, graduations, and gardening projects make this a busy month. Set aside some time to relax in your outdoor space, and keep these things in mind.
Spring is just around the corner! As the weather warms, there is plenty to do in the yard. Get a head start on the season with these reminders.
Winter may still be in the air, but it is time to start dreaming of spring! If you have cabin fever, get outside on a nice day and check a few things off your to-do list.
Even though your plants may be dormant, there is plenty to do. Keep an eye on your slumbering plantings, and make plans so you’re ready when warm weather returns…
Spring is in full swing! Although it is still a bit too early to plant many annual flowers, this is a great time to plant trees, shrubs, and certain vegetables. Here are a few more tips.