With autumn upon us, it’s that time of year to start preparing your vegetable garden, flower beds and the landscaping around your home for the colder-weather months ahead.
Most homeowners or outdoor enthusiasts have, at some point in their lives, taken on the daunting task of bringing new life into their garden.
Protecting and preserving the plants in your garden bed can be the difference between them flourishing or slowly falling victim to the elements.
Expert gardeners know that one of the secrets to a nice garden or landscape is year-round care.
Cold temps, chilly wind, freezing precipitation. Our trees, shrubs and perennials have to withstand it all. There are several steps you can take, however, to give your outdoor plants some TLC during the winter to help ensure their health—and your investment—are well-protected come spring.