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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
So we have had one real cold week outside and the garden is gone. The leaves have fallen, so there is not much to say about the trees and shrubs. The grass is pretty much done growing for the season … more
It never fails in the fall when the leaves start falling, that I will have customers come in worried that their evergreens are starting to die, because the needles are starting to yellow and fall. … more
A few weeks ago I wrote about the different types of clover for your lawn or deer plot. This week I will be going over a little more about deer plots since it is the season. When it comes to food … more
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder, so are you ready for winter? Squirrels and chipmunks have been running around my yard for the past month like they just had a double … more
Besides mums and flower bulbs, there are not a lot of things for planting in your flower bed for the fall, even less for the garden. One item that can be planted in the garden this time of year is … more
So a customer called this morning to see if we had some clover seed for a yard she was refurbishing for a client. Knew she heard about red and white clover, but was not sure which one would be best … more
Taking a drive Labor Day Monday, I couldn’t help but notice all the fruit hanging on trees that no one cares for anymore. Old farmhouses that are no longer occupied, roadside orchards and even … more
Last November I wrote about a shortage of aluminum cans and aluminum in general and the shortage is getting worse. A report compiled from CEO reports and Credit Suisse analysts about a shortage of … more
It seems that the darn deer are eating almost everything this summer and the worst is yet to come. You see, late August is the time that does start pushing their fawns away to start finding food … more
Before the Revolutionary War the 13 colonies were important to England for many reasons, foremost was the crops that could be grown here. Corn, cotton, sugar and hemp. Hemp, from Old English … more
So last week while the weather was cooler in the mid seventies, I took a few afternoons off to do some work around the house. I am currently clearing a strip of land at the edge of the driveway that … more
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