Each year, we face situations during which some of our plants could be injured by cold weather.
Mushrooms of Armillaria and Desarmillaria fungi, which cause root rot on a number of woody plants, often appear in the fall.
Green, snow, and sugar snap peas can be planted between mid-September and January.
Muscadines are well-adapted to our climate.
While native persimmons are astringent until ripe, some oriental persimmons are considered non-astringent and can be eaten while still fairly firm.
If you want long-term control of fire ants but also need to get rid of them quickly in one or more spots, you can take a two-step approach.
The second half of October is a good time to plant strawberries in our area.
Start watching for leaffooted bugs in August and keep a lookout for them as fruit ripens.
Figs are one of our more easy-to-grow fruit plants, although at this time of year, leaf diseases are often observed.
Roughly 99% of insects are not “pests.”
Most of our blackberry and blueberry plants have finished fruiting, so it’s time to think about pruning them and making a final fertilizer application.
There are still quite a few vegetables that can be planted now and in the coming weeks
Several types of insects make highly noticeable webs in trees.
Most herbs require minimal maintenance, and many are perennials that can produce for a number of years.
Here are some reasons fruit or nut trees may fail to produce, or produce less than expected.
There's a variety of reasons that this can occur.
Besides diseases that kill tomato plants outright, there are leaf spot diseases that can reduce plants’ productivity and sometimes infect fruit.
Wilting tomatoes are a common complaint. There are several possible causes.
Just about any vegetable can be grown in some type of container.
I want to share some resources that you might find useful for vegetable gardening, in general, and for gardening with kids, specifically.
Matching the plant to the site can improve plant performance and reduce time and money spent on maintaining and replacing plants.
Choosing resistant plants is a way to avoid disease problems.
Let's start by talking about something that encompasses much of what people need to know about gardening: the “right plant, right place” principle.
Composting turns "waste" into something useful.