Evergreens are generally a low-maintenance plant, but they, too, require some pruning, protection from cold, sun scald, root damage and animal damage.
As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, we put our summer gardens to sleep for the winter. But before tucking away your trusty hand trowel, you may want to consider adding some bulbs to your landscape.
Rain gardens can be a beautiful additon to your yard while protecting our limited water resources. We'll tell you how to design your own.
Bats are friendly, useful creatures that you can enlist during the warmer months to help you control pesky insects in your backyard. We'll look into their world and why gardeners need them.
As the Fall moves in, it’s a good time to consider what was successful and what needs to change in your home garden.
Now is a great time, before the soil freezes, to plant some ornamental trees.
Overwhelmed with all the leaves? We can help.
Fall is a great time to improve your Spring garden soil!
Frost heave – the result of our region’s wide temperature fluctuations that cause the soil to thaw and then refreeze. What can you do to save your plants?
Fall clean-up prevents overwintering of pests and diseases and cuts down on spring work. Follow these steps to winterizing your garden.
Herbs make a great addition to a garden, but they can also be grown indoors as year-round houseplants.
Did you know that too much heat can slow plant growth? Do you have too many green tomatoes? We can help.
Even though summer is over, you can delay harvesting a few veggies. We’ll tell you which ones.
With the cooler nighttime temperatures, you may need to protect your plants and extend the growing season. We’ll tell you how!
If you moved your houseplants outside for the summer, it’s seriously time to prepare them for re-entry into your home.
Some perennials are picky - we'll explain the best time to divide your targeted plant – and which plants never need to be divided.
There are three basic things to do in the fall that will save you time and money next spring. We'll explain how to Clean, Amend and Protect your garden.
Billions of soil organisms help air, water reach plant roots while recycling nutrients, storing water, and protecting plants from disease. Learn how to increase them in your soil.
Next Spring’s garden will be beautiful if you begin now to design and plant bulbs.
The “How” of Permaculture is a design process and we'll explain how to apply it in your home landscape.