As the weather cools, the foliage on your tender bulbs will begin to turn yellow. This often happens after a light frost but before a hard freeze. Now’s the time to dig them up, before they are damaged by freezing soil. Very gently dig your plants by loosing the soil all the way around the […]

HOW TO OVERWINTER YOUR TENDER BULBS USING THESE FEW STEPS:

Did you know that succulents are one of the varieties of plants that is most susceptible to root rot? It’s true. Because succulents store water in their leaves, they are really sensitive to overwatering. In fact, overwatering can turn a succulent from healthy into mush within just a few days! But don’t despair, there’s a […]

HOW TO WATER SUCCULENTS (THE RIGHT WAY!)

There is one garden task that is rather fun for this time of the year… fall planning! Start dreaming about what changes you’ll make this autumn – which plants to move around or new plants to buy.  Fall is a good time to plant different perennials, so give it some thought! It is hard to […]

What NOT to Do in the Garden!

Remember to continuously harvest your fruits and vegetables to prolong growth and production and avoid attracting pests. Harvest summer squash when it’s young and tender (8 inches). Newly planted trees and shrubs need one to two thorough soakings per week and lawns need 1 to 1.5 inches of water per week. Soak, don’t sprinkle. Annuals […]

GARDENING IN THE MONTH OF JULY!