Horticulture, Landscape, and Environmental Systems
It is crazy to think that we are now only a little over a month away from the beginning of spring. However, don’t let the warmer weather fool you, even once we get to spring, it may be too soon to do much in your landscape.
Join the experts from Nebraska Extension to learn and ask questions about your lawn and garden. GROBigRed Virtual Learning Series is offered the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 12:00 pm. Sessions begin February 14th.
The past month has been hard for us gardeners! It has been bitterly cold with so much snow it seems that it will never melt. A good way to keep your green thumb working is to grow plants indoors. You can grow houseplants or herbs year-round inside.
We really saw a lot of snow this past week. I know not all people appreciate snow as much as others. It makes travel difficult and is accompanied by very cold temperatures, and also, in some cases, our plants don’t appreciate it either. On the other hand, there are some plant benefits to all this snow.
It’s hard to believe, but it is nearly Thanksgiving again, let the holiday decorating begin. I know a lot of people go out on Thanksgiving weekend to pick out their Christmas tree for the holiday season. So, I thought it was a good time to discuss this holiday decoration.
It’s definitely getting colder outside. Winter isn’t officially here yet, but it is on its way. There are still some garden tasks to do to ensure plant survival through winter.