If you’re a city dweller, do you wish you had enough room for a garden? Do you want to bring the people of your local neighborhood together by digging in the dirt? Then you might want to start a community garden. You can ask your neighbors to rent a garden plot or raise funds to start your urban garden. Whatever…
Here in Central Virginia we all know that it’s a challenge to care for annuals, perennials and other flowers and plants during the hot summer months! With over 10” of rain this past May and now such oppressive heat in late June and the first week of July, keep your plants healthy and lush is certainly a challenge.
The biggest problem with recognizing plants are suffering from overwatering is the confusion brought on by the symptoms they display. The trouble is that when plants are stressed in this way they normally show identical symptoms to those that have been stressed through under-watering,
We’ll if you live in Richmond Virginia you know what type of summers we have. Here are a few tips how to properly water your plants during the summer’s sweltering heat. First, remember plants are just like people.
Rosette is starting to strike in the Central Virginia area. We usually don’t see this until July but with the warm March we had it seems to be showing up early. If you have knock out roses in your landscape you must be on the lookout for the signs of this disease and treat them immediately to reduce the risk of spreading. Here are some suggested tips on how to manage this disease.
It’s May, and time for some “after Winter, early Spring” maintenance and chores. After your Spring Blooming Azaleas are finished blooming, it’s now time to prune or shape them up, as well as feed with Holly Tone. Clear out any debris under the canopy, to deter future issues.