Going to the garden center to purchase potting mix can be a little overwhelming. With many types of products to choose from, it can be difficult to know which one will be best for the plants you intend to grow.
Is it time to prune? How should I prune? What should I prune? So many questions surround the task of landscape pruning. For many trees and shrubs late winter and early spring is the perfect time to prune them, but this isn’t the time for all species.
Seed starting is a wonderful way to get a jump on the garden season, and can increase the varieties of plants you grow. It can also extend your growing season, making it possible to raise some long season varieties that usually don’t do well in Minnesota.
4-H Junior Camp at Faith Haven
University of Minnesota Extension Educators are excited to bring you the fourth annual Gardening from the Ground Up Zoom webinar series focusing on trees and shrubs in the home landscape.
Mother Nature provides so many beautiful items that can be harvested and used in our outdoor and indoor décor.
Trees can experience many stresses during the winter months including lack of water, sunscald, wildlife damage and winter injury. Young trees (one to five years old) should be watered throughout the year, until the soil freezes. Watering young conifer trees from October to soil freeze-up is critical.
Forcing flower bulbs indoors is an excellent way to brighten the cold, gray days of winter.
Many garden centers and big box stores are offering bulbs at deeply discounted prices, and local gardeners have asked whether there is still time to plant. The answer is a resounding YES!
Applications are now open to apply to be a 4-H Camp Counselor at the 4-H Camp held near Morris.