When I think of plants in the fall, it is hard not to think of mums. Mums offer a great backdrop to your garden’s fall decor. There are many inexpensive perennials that can be planted as annuals. Today, on this fall Wednesday, I will be share 5 facts to know about mums.
Do you love seeing your tulips in the beginning of spring?
If you are looking for a weekend project, planting tulips is perfect.
I know when I see tulips in Michigan, I breathe a sigh of relief knowing that spring is on its way. Today, we are going to share 5 steps to plant and care for your tulips. These steps will aid you as you start on your weekend tulip planting project.
Looking for something to do in your garden this October?
Are you wondering how to keep your flowers blooming for several weeks?
October is here. It is time for pumpkin picking, apple orchards, and hay rides. Today, we would like to share some October gardening tips and tricks to keep your gardening blooming and healthy for next spring.
Welcome back to Herb Mondays. Herb Monday is our series on how to grow herbs in your very own home. Last week, we learned about growing mint in How to Grow Mint At Home.
I love cooking for my family. There is something about creating a dish and then watching your family enjoy it. When I’m cooking, I prefer to use fresh herb. During this time of year, I’m moving my herb garden indoors. One of my favorite home grown herbs is parsley. It is so easy to grow in containers that can flourish indoors or out.
Happy Friday! On Wednesday, we discovered how to recognize and control 2 types of weeds that may be growing in your garden or landscape in 5 Different Weeds Growing in Your Garden-Part 1.Those weeds were Crabgrass and Dandelions. Today we are going to be looking at 3 more weeds you may find in your garden.
Do you know what type of weeds are going in your garden?
Are you wondering how to identify those weeds?
I remember when I was little getting paid a dollar from my parents for every bag I filled with weeds. Weeding is a gardener’s least favorite chore. When there is a garden, there are weeds. No matter how much we try to prevent them they keep popping up on us.
Growing your own garden is great, but depending on where you live, the winter might try to dampen your spirits. The time has come for you to move your garden indoors. Unfortunately, we cannot move our whole garden inside, but we can move our herb garden indoors.
Happy Friday. Whether you love to cook or you are looking to save money or enjoy providing your family with organic foods, growing herbs in your home can fun and rewarding. In July, we posted an article called The Fab Five Herbs to Grown At Home. Now, we are taking it to the next level and introduce Herb Mondays.