Many gardeners in northern states wait until mid-May or Memorial Day to begin planting their vegetable garden, which is typically when we can expect the last spring frost to occur.
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Pity the store-bought radish in winter. Often large, woody, cracked, it tastes like it could be made of bitter plywood. Not to worry.
Does the bleak, cold dullness of winter sometimes get you down? Then why not bring springtime into your home by forcing tree and shrub branches into bloom?
Gardeners have many questions when it comes to selecting and caring for plants, trees, and shrubs. Asking those important questions will increase gardening success.
Master Gardener Volunteers are trained individuals who aid the University of Wisconsin-Extension staff by helping people in the community better understand horticulture and their environment.