April Gardening Tips

April Gardening Tips Spring is officially in full-swing, and gardening is a great way to spend some time outdoors right now. Here are a few more late April gardening suggestions with some some garden design tips! ­čî╣┬áPlant Roses Bare-root and container-grown roses can be planted in April gardens. Knock out roses are an easy option […]

Tender Bulbs

Tender Bulbs Now that we are beginning to have consistently warm weather, it is time to plant your tender bulbs outside in your garden. If the temperature is still cooler or you have frost on the ground in the morning where you live, you can get a head start on the season by planting these […]

Memorial Day Appetizer

Memorial Day Appetizer We may not be able to celebrate Memorial Day in the way that we always do or had hope to this year, but you can still use ingredients from your garden to create some delicious food to bring the cookout to you. Here is an easy appetizer recipe that will help you […]

Rainy Spring Days

Rainy Spring Days The past few weeks in Virginia and its surrounding areas have been filled with rainy days. We may finally be seeing some sunshine, but there are more rainy days to come this month. Your plants thrive if they are watered, but there is such a thing as too much water! Plant diseases […]

What Should You Plant At The End Of June?

June is coming to an end, and summer is officially here! Here are some plants you can begin to plant right now in southeastern Virginia: * mums * vincas * geraniums * marigolds * turnip greens * mustard greens Here are a few gardening tasks you can also do: * Plant a cover crop to […]

Fourth of July Popsicles

Fourth of July Popsicles Escape the summer heat this 4th of July by sharing a frozen treat with a color scheme perfect for the holiday! Made with the ripe summer berries from your garden and creamy yogurt, these sweet and tangy popsicles are the perfect healthy end to your 4th of July picnic or pre-beach […]