Landscape and Garden Checklist for May

Your Garden and Landscape – Mid to Late Spring in WNY

By Sally Cunningham

Among all the seasons in our temperate region, Spring is the most volatile. Western New Yorkers often say, “We have no Spring… It goes straight from winter to summer!” More accurately, the weather changes do not move in a straight line, but tease us with back-and-forth, ups-and-downs. So what is an eager gardener or homeowner to do? […]

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Your Garden and Landscape Early Spring

By Sally Cunningham

Among all the seasons in our temperate region, Spring is the most volatile. Western New Yorkers often say, “We have no Spring… It goes straight from winter to summer!” More accurately, the weather changes do not move in a straight line, but tease us with back-and-forth, ups-and-downs. So what is an eager gardener or homeowner to do? […]

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Landscape and Garden Checklist for May

Landscape and Garden Checklist for May

by Sally Cunningham for Lakeside Sod/ Big Yellow Bag May is the turning point for gardeners and homeowners. We can finally get going outside, at full throttle (mostly). Most freezing nights are past, soil is getting warmer, and leaf and flower buds are bursting.  So… what should you do first in the flower and vegetable […]

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October Garden and Landscape Tips

By Sally Cunningham

Bright, crisp days are common in October, offering plenty of time outside. These may be some of the prettiest and most comfortable weeks in the garden, and they are also the ideal time to prepare your yard for a better year to come. Your effort now will produce great results next spring. […]

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Plan for Fall Growing Season

By John Braddell

Whether your lawn is green or off color from summer drought.

Now is the time to start your lawn for the fall growing season. The fall is absolutely the best time to repair your lawn and set in motion the way your lawn will look this fall and for next spring. […]

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Summer Gardening

Gardening and Yard Work in the height of summer

by Sally Cunningham By the end of July we are more than one-third through summer on the calendar, but this year it seems we’ve had months of summer already.  And it’s been a season of extremes. I’ll suggest specific tips and priorities for some plant problems people ask about in late July, but first it’s […]

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