Once the frost point hits, our growing season in Lancaster County is over. That’s when it’s time to prepare garden tools for winter. Your garden tools worked hard during the spring, summer and fall. Now it’s time to clean your
How to Grow Your Own Pumpkins for Jack O’ Lanterns
Growing your own pumpkins is very satisfying, especially when it’s time to carve Jack o’ lanterns for Halloween. 🎃 Did you forget to plant your pumpkin patch for this year? Mark your calendar for next spring, then bookmark this post
How to Care for Hydrangeas
Hydrangeas are a popular flowering shrub in Lancaster County. They flower for a long time with big, beautiful blooms. However, if you’re not happy with your hydrangeas, here are five common mistakes you might be making. You’re not planting hydrangeas
Fall Chores for a Better Spring Garden
Although the growing season is over, it’s not quite time to stop gardening. Do these fall chores, and you’ll reap the benefits with a beautiful garden in the spring. Collect dried seed heads or pods from vegetables and flowers. You
Fall Yard and Garden Clean-Up Chores
Put these chores on your list for fall yard clean-up.
Inspiration for Your Fall Planters in Lancaster County
Sometimes the last bit of color we see in Lancaster County is in our flower pots. Here are some ideas to inspire your fall planters. Use ornamental grass or other tall plants to add interest. Incorporate branches and fall leaves
Perennial Flower Combinations for Summer
Are you looking for beautiful perennial flower combinations? We’ve got several great ideas for your summer perennial flower garden in Lancaster, PA. Whether you’re looking for low maintenance, high color or a haven for wildlife, these perennial flower combinations will
3 Must-Do Tasks to Get Your Garden Ready for Spring
Start the growing season off right by doing these three tasks to get your garden ready for spring.
How to Choose a Garden That Fits Your Yard and Lifestyle
In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, you should choose a garden based on your lifestyle and the hardiness of your plants. Let’s take a look at 3 choices.
Rustic Thanksgiving Decorations That Use Natural Elements
Making your own rustic Thanksgiving decorations is fun and frugal. You can use things you find in the yard or cheap items from craft stores. (If you’re like us, you probably already have craft supplies on hand.) You can do