This week's gardening tips come from a listener's question. Sandy from Middlesex asked:
Chris, I have been planning to put in some new trees around the yard, but figured it was getting too late in the year to do so. In a previous article, you gave a to-do list for September and one of the things on the list was planting trees...
In New Jersey, September is really the best time of year to seed your lawn. The seed will come up and thrive in the cooler fall weather. Plus, there's no worries of the impending summer heat threatening
September is a busy month in the yard and garden. Here's the first of our monthly gardening checklists which give an overview of what to look out for and what you can start doing for each upcoming month.
It’s the last week of August and that means it’s time to get your fall veggies in the ground. Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Lettuce, Radishes and Spinach not only do these guys tolerate the approaching cooler weather
Whether you call them groundhogs, woodchucks, whistle-pigs, or land-beavers, if you are a New Jersey gardener you know what they are capable of. Nothing can catapult you into a state of Elmer Fudd obsessiveness more quickly
This week we saw record-breaking temperatures to kick off the dog days of summer. Was this just a taste of what is coming as the summer drags on? Hopefully not, but if it is, here are some tips to protect your hard work in the lawn and in your garden.