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As much as we liked the warm temperatures earlier this week, today is more like February weather. Even in March we can get a fair amount of snow. It usually waits till the end of March when we like … more
Thirty years ago, you didn’t hear as much about climate change as you do now. Many articles have been written about whether or not using peat is good for the environment. Opponents will state … more
As I mentioned last week, this week I will be talking about peat moss. There are 160 different species of sphagnum peat moss. What characterizes sphagnum peat is that it naturally accumulates near … more
With the snow and ice we received recently, melting it safely can be a concern. There are plenty of products on the market today that melt ice and snow, but I always get asked which ones are safe for … more
With the extremely cold weather we are having, many people are feeding the birds to help their feathered friends make it throught the winter, but there is something else they need even more, … more
If you like snow then you are not very happy with this winter so far. Even areas in upstate New York that normally get a lot of lake effect snow are barren. I was just up in Buffalo last weekend and … more
Now that the holidays are over and the calendar has changed, it is time to plan for spring 2022. If you got sticker shock when you saw your grocery bill when shopping for the holidays just wait till … more
So it’s Christmas Eve and cold. No one is doing much gardening right now and there is not a lot of gardening knowledge that I can bring to you in late December. So instead I have two stories … more
Last weekend’s weather is some of the worst December weather I can remember. Prayers go out to those people who lost everything in Kentucky, Arkansas and beyond. Locally, Saturday night … more
I was going to write about Christmas trees and the supply chain issues this week, but luckily we live in an area where you can get fresh cut trees that don’t have to be trucked in for miles. So … more
Inflation is a dirty word, unless you’re talking about a blow up Santa or turkey on your front yard. But let’s face it, with the price of gas between $3.40 ond $3.60 locally, inflation is … more
The dusting of snow we had this week, definitely closes the book on the outdoor growing season. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up on plants all together. Caring for houseplants can be a … more
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