There’s a time in late summer when the garden gets wilty – perhaps some plants get yellow, and others are done with their production for the year. August can be an excellent time to start over in some ways – re-planting in the spots that are no longer productive. After all, why not go for a second round of harvest? If you plant in august, you’ll have produce well into the cool autumn days.
A little color, a little fragrance, and some floating butterflies go a long way to make a patio perfect. Here’s a list of some of our favorite annuals for getting the party started on your summer patio.
Turns out, there are natural ways to repel mosquitoes AND avoid dousing yourself in bug spray. Here are some easy plants to include around your house this summer to help prevent the yearly onslaught of mosquitoes.
According to oncology dietitians around the world, research shows a direct connection between diet and cancer outcomes. Healthy choices are tantamount to positive cancer outcomes, and this month, Stockslagers is joining forces with Women’s Wellness and Noble Circle to illuminate how gardening can help prevent and fight cancer, and how the very foods in your garden can give you a better life.