What To Do After a Frost Hits Your Garden

Marigold coated in frost.Winter isn’t truly here until the first frost hits. And if your garden isn’t ready for it, it can make a brutal impact. Your plants can be damaged or killed as the frost sets in, but don’t abandon all hope. In this article, we’ll go over what to do with plants that have already been damaged or killed by frost, as well as options to prevent frost as well as tips to avoid it for the future. All of which will help your garden better handle the seasons and be ready for spring. [Read more…]

What to Do in Summer to Have Your Lawn and Garden Ready for Fall

Blooming flowers garden and lawn in late summerSummer is a great growing time for your lawn and garden where they come into their prime. However, as summer reaches its zenith, it’s time to start thinking about how to prepare your lawn and garden for the winter time. By getting started earlier, you and your plants will be in less of a rush come fall, and not have to worry so much about those early freezes that sometimes plague New England. Let’s look at what you can do in summer to have your lawn and garden ready for fall. [Read more…]