During the COVID-19 pandemic, we need things to help us cope, and gardening qualifies.
When perennials start looking raggedy and the middle dies out, the time has come to dig them up and make more plants.
If you've got little space, bad soil or aren't able to bend over, straw bale gardening is an altertnative to inground gardens.
There are steps you can take to control black spot, rust, downy mildew and powdery mildew.
After cleaning the shingles, low-toxicity products can be used to kill the moss. But shedding more sun on the roof works more permanently.
Dormant sprays help control diseases and insect pests; purning keeps your tree in good shape for producing apples.
Saving money in the garden doesn't mean you have to sacrifice what you want -- it just takes a little thought.
Most gardeners are given the advice to add compost, but that's not always a good idea. Get a test to be sure.
Are the catalogs arriving? Get ahead of the game by making homemade seed mix.
If sited correctly, native plants can perform well and attract pollinators.
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