From fruit to screens, fall is the perfect time to plant trees. This time of year trees are actively growing roots, rain is more frequent and the weather cools which in turn lessens the evaporation of water from the ground. Add to that the...

Well, it's early Fall and that means unwanted visits from the dreaded stink bug. Some species of stink bug invade homes in the Fall when the weather starts to get cool. They cluster on the outside of homes for warmth. When they find holes or cracks,...

Fall control of Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua) and Japanese Stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) First of all, if you are not familiar with how these two invasive turf pests look, here’s a link to each: Annual Bluegrass Japanese Stiltgrass The best and less expensive means of controlling these undesirables...

When the cool nights and the warm days start to work their way into our lives, you can bet September is here. Not only does the weather change, the season changes as well. The first day of Autumn is fast approaching and will...

Courtesy of Andre Viette Dividing your daylilies and other perennials is an economical way to extend your gardens. Did you know . . . .. . . if you started with a single daylily and you divided it into three plants after one year, and then divided it...

It seems I can’t log on to social media anymore without a close up picture of a tick staring me in the eye.  The whole country has awoken to the dangers of these 8 legged creatures in the arachnid family that feast on our blood...

If you’re considering renovating your lawn then one of two things is true. Either the summer has really taken a toll on your lawn or you’ve simply decided to invest in new beginnings as a way to ensure having the best yard in the...

The answer is you should expect value and doing so requires knowing what's in the seed bag you purchase.  Simply put a treated seed does not add volume or weight to the product.  On the other hand, a coated seed consumes space in the bag...