Properly placed, shrubs with colored foliage—like Black Elderberry—can dress up foundation plantings and add interest to flowerbeds.
While it can be a little less showy, it delivers quite the stunning show with almost year-round interest!
There’s still time to prepare, but time’s running out! Here’s what to do to prepare your flowers and gardens for cold weather.
Fall is a great time to consider dividing spring-blooming perennial plants that have outgrown their space.
Garlic is one of the easiest crops to grow, store and enjoy! Learn more about planting this crop in the fall to get the best results!
The Creek County Fair will be held Sept. 23-26, 2021 and there are two main divisions of interest to local gardeners. See inside for more details.
Ornamental grasses are a favorite in the landscape. They perform beautifully…until the grasshopper population decides to feast on it. Eating huge portions of the leaf, the grasshopper can leave the damaged leaves an unsightly mess.
Our beautiful gardens and yards are certainly stressed due to the typical August heat. Even with the massive amounts of rain we had earlier in the season, many plants are now struggling.
Wouldn’t it be great to use some of the seeds that our plants are producing now to increase our displays? Growing plants from seed is one of the cheapest ways to increase your garden.
A well-manicured lawn is very pleasing to the eye and it’s a great setting for outdoor activity. By gaining a little “lawn knowledge” we can greatly reduce the cost and time we spend on our lawns.