Archive for May 2018

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Hydrangeas But Were Afraid to Ask

It can be very confusing sorting out what kind of hydrangea you have, especially if you don’t have access to the nursery information tag that was once attached to it.  Some hydrangeas are identifiable by their leaves, such as oak leaf hydrangeas (Hydrangea quercifolia).  It can get a little trickier with some of the other […]

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May Gardening Guide

Well, the weather went from pleasantly cool to uncomfortably warm in no time at all this past week.  My peaches are growing well, the nectarines not so well. The apples are all on the branches I didn’t prune during the winter, so I’ll be needing a pole harvester.  All the pears decided enough was enough […]

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