Welcome back to Tuesdays in the Garden! August can become a tricky time for gardeners. It’s easy to fall into the late summer slump, feeling unsure of what to do next other than weed and wait. Things like garden pests and intruders can really get you down. Losings plants to disease or even severe weather […]
October is but hours away and the gardening season in my area is coming to a close. Unless you have a green house or some sort of sheltered growing system, the short days combined with the cooler weather means not much will be inclined to grow. All living things need a rest and our plant […]
The mornings have gotten frosty and we may be only weeks away from the first snow, so we have finally put our gardens to bed. The first step is simply to remove the gone-by plants from summertime, but after that there is a lot more which you can do to ensure that next year’s growing […]
Summer draws it’s final breaths. You can feel the earth and all her creatures heave a sigh of relief as the heat is dissipating and crisp, cool mornings arrive. The change of temperature turns my gardener thoughts to the fall garden. The onslaught of harvest and preserving is over. Time for some deep breaths while […]
Fall is a great time to get in an additional round of fruits and veggies from the garden. Check out what you can grow and when to plant for fall!
Don’t give up on your garden yet. Fall is coming quicker than you think! You can easily extend your gardening season and grow more veggies longer when you use a hoop house. All you need is to determine when you first frost date is.