A general rule of thumb is to plant about 6 weeks before the ground freezes, and that means frozen to a depth of about 1 foot.
That is the question. There are two diverse schools of thought on this topic, but the answer may lie somewhere in the middle.
Are you looking for a new crop to try this year? Consider planting garlic, also known as the Stinking Rose. It will give you two different crops in early and mid summer.
Here are a few steps we recommend before moving your houseplants back indoors.
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It’s an invigorating time of year to be out in the garden. Warm days, cold nights, and no bugs! That’s a good thing because there’s a lot to get done before winter arrives. Here is our Fall Garden Checklist to help you get started.
To extend the summer season, and enjoy the garden as long as possible, here are some plants with stunning late-season berries, blooms, and plumes.
New England gardeners most often value evergreens for their ability to serve as a four-season privacy screen from neighbors. Good evergreens make good neighbors!