@botanical_interests wants to know: is your garden still turnip-less? You'll want to change that! There's still time for a second crop of frost tolerant veggies like arugula, beets, kale, spinach & radishes. Right now all flower and veggie seeds are 25% off, get planting!
Nursery sales 8/20 - 9/2: come see what's in stock!
What’s wrong with my apples!? Our very wet spring and very humid summer have been perfect for fungus running rampant in our yards and gardens. Signs of APPLE SCAB begin as olive-green spots on leaves, turning brown, then black and growing together- by mid to late August these leaves will start dropping. Help prevent severe infection next year by collecting and disposing of these diseased leaves. Since apple scab spreads by spores sticking to wet leaves, pruning the canopy of your apple trees will improve air circulation and allow leaves to dry quickly. Proper timing of fungicide application in spring is essential to preventing apple scab later in the season.
✨🦋Monarch magic🦋✨ on this beautiful swamp milkweed that came in today. We've been seeing an abundance of monarchs this season- how about you?