Earlier this week I was asked where someone could locate a weeping willow tree. Then, I came across the same subject in a Facebook forum I follow. The truth is, I rarely suggest planting a weeping willow unless you have a watering hole...

Dealing With Spring Broadleaf Weeds Spring is a great time to control summer annuals and perennial broadleaf weeds – applying a herbicide just as these weeds green up from winter dormancy or when they are young, newly germinated plants catches them at their weakest point...

Spring is just around the corner and as such, us gardeners are chocomplemping at the bit to get our hands in the dirt. Although there may not be much planting you can do at this point, there are a lot of things you can do...

WELL HERE IT IS FEBRUARY, THAT MONTH THAT BEGINS TO GENERATE “CABIN FEVER”, BUT YOU ARE THINKING IT’S STILL TOO EARLY TO DO ANYTHING TO MY YARD, HOWEVER THAT IS NOT THE CASE, FEBRUARY IS A GOOD TIME TO MAKE SURE YOU SOIL IS HEALTHY...

The holiday season is upon us and many of us have gardeners on our gift giving list. Whether they are a veggie gardener, lawn lover or someone that enjoys yard work in general, there are plenty of gifts that can put a smile on...

Homeowners all over the country are facing various problems in their yards. Whether it is a soggy spot, a hill that is eroding or a place where grass won’t grow, the possibilities are endless. But fear not, most of these issues can be...

Autumn is a great time to fight plant diseases and pests before they rear their ugly heads when warm weather returns, nipping them in the bud, so to speak. From fungal diseases such as rose black spot and powdery mildew to pests like scale...

It’s been a warm, wet fall for much of the eastern US this year, these are good conditions for applying a “winterizing” late-fall fertilizer to encourage root growth in our lawns. Fertilizing cool-season grass this month provides food that will be used for root...

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,...