Autumn allergies abound this time of the year and the leading plant to take the blame is goldenrod. But, my friends, goldenrod is not the culprit of your sniffles and sneezles. In a case of mistaken identity, goldenrod takes the full blame for fall time hay-fever. The real culprit hides, camouflaged, behind the blooming beauty that is goldenrod. What is behind your autumn misery? Ragweed.
Autumn is the perfect time to plant. It’s also a great time to re-evaluate your garden and landscape. It’s the time of year to openly gawk at your garden and ask yourself, what is missing now and what was missing this past summer. Find out how to improve your garden and extend its season with these 5 tips.
Overwatering is a common reason why newly planted trees and shrubs die and need to be replaced. I can’t begin to tell you how many people have come to me with plant replacement needs and the first thing said is that they’ve been watering on a regular basis. Trust me when I say I believe you! In fact, you’ve probably watered your plant to death. Overwatering is extremely easy to do.
Many gardeners steer clear of roses in an attempt to avoid the difficulties that may come with growing them. However, in 2000, a rose became available that was low maintenance and disease resistant. Knock Out Roses soon became a landscapers dream and a customer favorite. But, in recent years, the brand and shrub roses alike have taken a tremendous hit. Despite bouncing back from our recent harsh winter, Knock Out Roses one nemesis can still take them out – Rose Rosette
I can’t bring myself to buy the herbs in the little packages at the grocery stores anymore. I mean, guys!! Not only are they $3.00 and up but sometimes super questionable looking!
Why would you put yourself through that when there is a simple solution? Why?
Don’t allow yourself to be traumatized over tired, prepackaged herbs anymore. Grow them. Store them for winter use.
Yes, it’s that easy. Here’s how…