With the June heat come June bugs, which seem to spring up out of nowhere, and can be frustrating to deal with in the garden.
Do you want to plant flowers that are both pretty and fragrant? Then think peonies.
Now is a great time to get some work done in the garden before the summer heat sets in.
There are a lot of shrub-like pine and spruce being planted. They’re great alternatives to junipers. They add year around interest to the landscape.
It's that time of year again and those little yellow flowers are starting to pop up in gardens across the state.