Before the frost hits your area, remember that some summer crops can be harvested nearly any time during their growth stage...especially tomatoes! This week, we'll discuss how to ripen green tomatoes "off the vine", and how best to maximize their flavor development.
Is there any holiday flower more recognizable than poinsettias? These beautiful flowers are practically synonymous with Christmas for many folks, but growing them means dealing with some specific conditions, and tailoring your approach to keep these lovely plants thriving in your home!
If you, like many other folks, are stuck with a dead or dying tree after the holidays, maybe it's time to consider a living Christmas tree this year! Living Christmas trees provide a way to enjoy your holiday traditions, while keeping your tree growing, lighting it, and allowing it to survive and absorb carbon dioxide throughout its life.
When looking to add a pop of color or height to a planting arrangement. Amaryllis Bulbs are a great and easy plant to add to your fall garden and can be moved in during the winter. To be replanted in the spring. So, join me this week for more gardening tips for Fall.
Once the garden’s done for the year, don’t forget to make time to clean up and take care of your gardening tools. Winterizing and proper storage of these tools will help to ensure their longevity, and that they’ll be ready for you in the spring, when you restart your garden for the year!
It may feel like there's not much you can do for your garden once winter sets in, but spending a bit of time protecting your plants from wildlife will be well worth it, and help to ensure that your spring garden comes back looking its best!