Tag Archives: Plant

Getting Ready for Spring: March Gardening Tips & “To-Do’s”

We have had one heck of a winter but March has finally arrived.  I know it may not look like March in many parts of the country, but it’s here, and I can’t be more excited.  Best of all, this … Continue reading

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February Gardening Tips: “Getting a Jump on Spring”

February is here, and for me that means I need to start getting myself ready for spring gardening.  I know, I know it seems early but getting a jump on the little things gives me more time to the big … Continue reading

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November Gardening Tips and Chores

        I like to repost these monthly gardening “chores” for a couple of reasons.  First, since I’m always changing and/or adding to my landscape, it helps me remind myself what I should be doing and what still … Continue reading

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Planting Wildflower Seeds In The Fall

          I have a nice little spot in my backyard landscape where a planting of wildflowers would be great.  So I was thinking late this past winter that I’d plant them as soon as the ground … Continue reading

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Planting Spring Flowering Bulbs

            November is fast approaching, and we're actually forecasted to get a bit of snow this week, so it's time to get those spring flowering bulbs in the ground!  I actually like to wait until … Continue reading

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Overwintering Your Favorite Geraniums

                      I originally wrote this post late last fall, but I had to "re-post" it again since the response was great on the original, but also because the amazing deep … Continue reading

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Gardening In September

Although most everything in my landscape is coming to an end in my landscape (zone 5), fall gardening is my favorite.  Fall gardening gives us the opportunity to add new plants, transplant old plants, create new gardens, etc…  September is … Continue reading

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Controlling SLUGS in Your Gardens…

        Hello all!  This is actually a re-post from last year, and interestingly enough it was originally posted July 5, 2012.  I say that because I'm dealing with this SLUG problem again at the same time this … Continue reading

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Tips to Keep up With Your Garden in June

Let me start with a big shout out to all those fellow dads, fathers, daddies, and papas out there.  I hope you all had the same fantastic day I did with a break from the garden to play with my … Continue reading

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May Gardening To Do List

            FINALLY the weather has broke in blustery zone 5A.  We’ve had like 6 days in row of seventy degrees or higher, and this week is looking good to.  Although the prolonged cold temps are … Continue reading

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