Feeding Backyard Birds in Winter The popularity of feeding backyard birds year round has grown in the last few years with folks spending more time in their homes. Much of the popular backyard feeding is done in the [...]
House Plants Here we are in January. I like to think of it as the 'clean slate' month. All the holiday decorations have been packed away and the weather insists that I stay in and deal with the house. I [...]
Welcome to Winter… Apart from the hustle and bustle of the busy holiday season, thoughts of the long winter months for most of us conjures up visions of white-knuckle driving on the roads and hunkering down at home in front [...]
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I always leave some of my perennials standing through the winter for several reasons. Various stems of taller plants poking up through the snow provide great winter interest along with other ornamental trees and shrubs. More importantly, leaving plants up [...]
The two main culprits that do damage beside snow blowers and plows are critters like voles, mice, rabbits and deer and the weather. Extreme cold, drying winds, heavy snow, fluctuating temps and the sun all can cause damage. Burlap screening [...]
It may be cold and snowy already but it isn't too late to protect your trees and shrubs from our long winter. The two main culprits that do damage beside snow blowers and plows are critters like voles, mice, rabbits and [...]