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September Garden Tips

The days are growing shorter and the temperatures are growing cooler, but even in September, gardening season isn't over. Well-prepared gardeners have a variety of tasks to do in late summer and early fall, and each chore will help keep the garden thriving.

June Garden Tips

June is a great season for gardeners, and though much of the early season planting is already finished by June 1, there is much more care a garden needs throughout the month to have the best results for top produce, pungent herbs, and the most beautiful blooms.

August Garden Tips

August is a tough time for gardeners. However, as many know when the going gets tough, the tough get going. This is the time of the year after a hot summer where many anticipate production and harvesting to come to an end.

It is a no brainer that soil is important to a plants health. Soil provides all the minerals, organic matter, oxygen and water that plants need. Fall time is a great time to test your soil and see how it compares to the ideal soil.

The fall season is the prime time to prep you yard for the next growing season and to get your home ready for the colder months head. Besides cleaning up your lawn and bagging falling leaves, fall is a great time to plant trees and shrubs and to get your lawn healthy for the spring! It’s not only important to take care of your garden, but the exterior of your home too, in order to keep your home’s curb appeal in tip top shape. Here are our top tips for your home’s exterior maintenance: 1. Think about your Lawn Fall is an important time to fertilize your grass.

Your vegetable garden will need special attention now that the season is changing. Make sure all frost-sensitive plants are completely harvested before the first frost. If you are eager to extend the harvest you can cover plants with a blanket on nights when frost is predicted. Now through mid-October is the time to plant garlic for harvest next summer.