Tired of deer eating your plants? Deer love to eat tulips and lilies. It’s almost like there is a neon sign saying “Eat Here!” Consider planting these deer resistant bulbs this fall that will be very attractive and provide you with beautiful spring color.
Tea olives (Osmanthus species) are a highly fragrant evergreen shrub or small tree that makes them ideal for planting hear windows and outdoor living areas.
Dividing and replanting keeps spreading perennials under control. …Dividing perennials is very easy and inexpensive way to gain additional plants for your garden or to pass along to a friend.
Preparing your lawn for colder weather may be the last thing on your mind right now. But, now is the time to start preparing your lawn for those colder temperatures.
Cover crops or “green manures” are not harvested, but instead contribute to soil improvement where they are planted.
Crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum) is an annual and is well adapted to the warm climates of South Carolina.
There are two caterpillars in our region, the eastern tent caterpillar and the fall webworm.
Attracting butterflies to your yard can be a simple task. Utilizing adult nectar sources and larval (caterpillar) host plants are key.