The Early Bird May Get Frostbit
“Drought tolerant” doesn’t mean “frost resistant.” Don’t let early frost turn spring fever into a cold your plants won’t recover from.
The Azalea Leaf Gall
If your plant has leaf galls, a few snips should stop the disease in its tracks. Learn more about this azalea leaf problem, including the easy way to identify and remove it.
Disarming Weeds Before They Explode
Some of the worst weeds break ground in spring, waiting like ticking time bombs until they explode in a shower of seeds and take over the landscape. Offenders like dandelion, common groundsel, prickly lettuce, purple deadnettle, creeping speedwell, common violet and hairy bittercress are major threats to spring gardens. To disarm them before they detonate, early identification and effective removal are necessary. Here’s how to quickly and successfully remove these seven explosive garden weeds.
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Bee Kind to Bees
Don’t “bee” scared! Bees are actually a gardener’s best friend. Choose the right plants and help this beneficial creature bee all it can bee!
Protect Springtime Plants
There’s no stopping early spring frost, but these easy tips can help protect your plants when the temperature dips down to damaging levels.
Controlling Palmetto Weevil
The palmetto weevil is a large pest can cause great damage to stressed and dying palm trees. Learn more about this insect and how to control it.