Gardening Tips and Plant Care Blog
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It’s summer. The sun is shining, the soil is warm, and a slight breeze is tussling your hair. Everything is perfect. Well, not everything. That new plant you bought in spring, the one that once filled you with joy and excitement, is now dwindling into a dry, brown mess.
What happened? You took care of your new plant the same as all the others, but this new plant is dying where the others thrive.
The plant world is powered by pollinators.
Birds, bees, butterflies, and other insects all play a vital role in helping the plants that make up our ecosystem reproduce and flourish. Unfortunately, pesticides and invasive species threaten many of the natural pollinators who create the lush natural gardens that thrive in our Ohio home.
Your garden is bursting with life!
Blooming flowers, wriggling worms, and ripening vegetables are all signs of a healthy thriving garden.
There is a chill nip in the air, the leaves are vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows, and they will soon fall to the ground. All around us our friends, neighbors, and coworkers are beginning to dress in layered clothes and thick wool coats.
Mums are one of the most popular fall flowers for gardens everywhere.
As soon as the air starts to chill, and summer draws to a close, vibrant red, yellow, orange and violet mums begin appearing everywhere