As we are wrapping up summer, now is a good time to prepare for your fall gardening needs. Some vegetables don’t grow as well during hot summer conditions but thrive in the cooler fall weather. Though certain vegetables are suited better for cooler conditions they should be planted now before the cold weather arrives. It… Read more »
With only a few weeks left before the fall weather begins to kick in, it’s important to begin prep now to ease the work load for fall and to ensure a healthy home and garden for next spring! Check out the helpful tips below to get you started on that important to-do list.
Bolting Plants. It’s important to take care of budding plants, especially in the heat of the summer. When it comes to preventing budding, it’s best to thoroughly mulch and water twice weekly. This occurrence happens most often with container plants but it can be beneficial to any healthy plant growth. Work Smarter, Not Harder! Warm… Read more »
We always love talking about soil because that’s all we do! Your garden will flourish each and every year if you have healthy soil. If you add compost to your garden beds, you can expect a bumper crop of plants, flowers and vegetables. But, there are a lot of folks out there confused about when… Read more »
Whether you are changing the current landscaping at your home or landscaping around a new home, there are a few things you can do in the planning then buying stages to ensure you landscaping ends up being the best in the neighborhood. Here are five tips to start your summer landscaping.
There are plenty of gardening myths out there that millions of people still believe even though they have been debunked over the year. Here are five of the most popular myths to STOP believing.
We hit 70 degrees in February and most of us in Wisconsin started acting like confused bears coming out of hibernation too soon. Usually, we aren’t seeing these temperatures until May with any consistency. Sure, you’ll get a good weekend here and there in March and April. But, we have seen snow on Mother’s Day,… Read more »