Mid-February is the time to prune many plants, with one exception.
Do you have a bright green, grassy weed in your lawn this month? It’s most likely annual bluegrass (Poa annua).
Lawn burweed, also known as spurweed and stickerweed, can be painful when walking across the lawn.
Do you have old seed packets that didn’t make it into the garden the last few years?
Organic matter is vital for healthy soil. The organic matter in soil aids in interactions between soil properties.
When temperatures drop down to freezing or below freezing, plants that are not adapted will die back to the ground or unfortunately die altogether.
What’s causing your hay fever? Unfortunately, goldenrods share their bloom time with the inconspicuous ragweeds.
Are you seeing mums and pumpkins everywhere you go? How do you select the best and make them last?
Mountain mint is an easy growing perennial that flowers from July to August.
Are you planting a fall garden this year or leaving it fallow? If you are not planting a fall garden, you should plant a cover crop.