We’ve all heard an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But did you know an apple before grocery shopping means you will buy more fruits and vegetables?
Fall is filled with preparing gardens for the following season, raking leaves, and harvesting.
Bring a bit of your fall garden indoors. Many of your fall flowering perennials make great cut flowers to enjoy in arrangements for your home and bouquets to share with others.
No matter where you live, investing time caring for your landscape now will pay off with a healthier, more beautiful landscape next spring and for years to come.
Mums are a favorite fall flower that adds weeks of seasonal color to containers, gardens and fall displays.
There are so many reasons to love daffodils. These spring-blooming bulbs aren’t fussy about where they are planted. They come back to bloom again year after year and are not bothered by deer, rabbits, or other garden pests.
Extreme heat, drought, torrential rains, and hungry critters may be wreaking havoc on your garden.
Get your garden to work over winter by planting a cover crop this fall. Covering the soil with plants that are turned into the soil or smothered and allowed to decompose in spring provides many benefits.
Don’t panic when you find a powdery white substance covering the leaves of some of your flowers, vegetables, and shrubs. This is a good clue that your plants are infected with the fungal disease, powdery mildew.
Nutritious and flavorful carrots make the perfect snack and addition to salads, stir-fries, soups, and stews.