1. Pruning your Hydrangea shrubs

    Mr. Weedy says: Now’s the time to prune back your hydrangeas shrubs. Look for blooms that have faded or fallen to the ground. Once you notice the faded buds, you'll know it's time to start your pruning. You'll be surprised how quickly you get lots of new branches which will produce beautiful f…Read More

  2. Tree planting tips

    Mr. Weedy says: if you planted new landscape trees on your property recently, be sure to remove any stakes or gray wires from the tree basis. Any wires left unattended for several months after the plant has been established will start to grow into the bark of the tree itself causing permanent damage…Read More

  3. Preventing Blight Fungus

    Mr. Weedy says: To prevent early blight fungus from occurring on your tomato plants this year. Immediately apply a mulch product around your plants to prevent this fungus from occurring. The mulch acts as a natural barrier and keeps the fungus from splashing from the soil onto the leaves of the plan…Read More