Prune now before the ground freezes to keep them beautiful.
The Thanksgiving dishes are back in the cupboard, and the long table has been stowed away for another month. Now, it is time to get serious about decorating for Christmas. The tree is the typical focal point. Let’s cut through some of the
As you’re making the final recipe selections for your Thanksgiving dinner this week, add one more ingredient to your list: lawn fertilizer. No, I’m not kidding you. This is my Thanksgiving reminder to give your lawn its own winter feast.
A little fluff and color can go a long way when decorating this time of year.
I grew up in a beautiful community that is named, appropriately, Blissfield. Store owners there are carrying on a longtime tradition for this happy little town on U.S. 223 just over the Michigan border. It is called the Yuletide Open House.
There are many ways to carve, but you can always learn a few tricks from the pros.
It is almost that time. The temperature is dropping, and frost is fast approaching. So, you need to start thinking about closing down that beautiful pond for the winter. You can’t just turn the bubbler off and walk away. This water feature
Change in weather is your cue to clean up.
Early fall is a great time to divide hosta, daisies, coneflower, phlox, lamb’s ear, asters, sedum, baby’s breath, beebalm, black-eyed Susan, coreopsis, peonies, yucca, geraniums, and even out-of-control shrubs. All of the above are my
I just love the colors of fall. And all of those deep earth tones can be found in one handy packet all wrapped in a husk: calico corn. For many, it is a fall favorite for your centerpiece or as a bow for those outdoor decorations. Calico corn is