Preparing a rose for winter will always start in spring (yes, I did mean spring). Any rose that has had a long and well tended growing season will be better able to tolerate the worst any winter has to offer. Now is the time to stop cutting blooms and allow a few rose hips to develop which will be a signal to the plant that its dormant period is approaching. Click here to read more: http://www.agway.com/know_how/lawn_and_garden/flowers_shrubs_and_trees/how_to_prepare_your_roses_for_winter.html
Friday, September 14, 2012
Your dog may not like to have his paws touched, but trimming his nails need not become an ordeal. Ease into the job by handling your puppy's paws on a regular basis so that he gets accustomed to the attention. Click here to read more: http://www.agway.com/know_how/pets/dog/how_to_trim_your_dogs_nails.html
Friday, September 7, 2012
Summer may be winding down, but there's still plenty to do in your yard and garden!
From pruning, planting, seeding and prepping for next spring, find out what you should be doing as the warm weather fades. Click here to read more: http://www.agway.com/know_how/lawn_and_garden/garden/gardening_tips_for_september.html