In Wisconsin, our growing season is very short. It is measured by the length of time between freezes. The last frost in the spring is around May 20 and the first frost in fall is Sept.
Home & Garden
Garlic is experiencing a popularity boom among gardeners and cooks, and with good reason. Not only does it add flavor to just about any dish, but it’s also good for you.
Well, we’re into summer and some flowers are fading already, so we need to collect their seeds so we can preserve their beauty for next year.
Japanese beetles, squash bugs, mosquitoes, potato beetles.... the list of insects that attack us and our garden is endless.
Commonly known as coneflower, Echinacea is a delightful addition to any garden in USDA Zones 3-8.