If you’re going to have a real Christmas tree this year, pay attention to its freshness to boost your family’s enjoyment.
If you are like me and always wait until the last minute to do your holiday shopping, you may find a few gifts from the heart are just what you are looking for.
Your landscape and cool season lawn still need a little pampering and maintenance this season. In the spring, you will be glad you made the extra effort.
As we move from fall into the winter season, it’s time to think about winterizing our lawn mowers. The effort getting your lawn mower ready for winter hibernation will pay dividends in good service next spring and longer equipment life.
If you plan to replace the trees that succumbed to weather, old age or disease, correctly planting new trees helps ensure the plants and your investments of money, time and labor thrive.
The 2019 Lincoln Trail Home Builders Association Parade of Homes may be over for this year, but the winners still are enjoying their accolades.
The Lincoln Trail Home Builders Association Parade of Homes features five homes on this year’s tour.
As the temperature drops, many insects search for shelter for the winter months. – often times in homes. This year, people may notice a new insect coming indoors.
Summer’s heat and dry weather can take a toll on your flower garden. But with a little extra care, it is possible to bring it back to life for a few more weeks of vibrant color and texture.
Want to give your new ornamental trees and shrubs a good head start on winter? Plant them in the fall so root systems will develop before severe winter weather arrives.
Did you know that cut flowers from your garden or supermarket are more perishable than many fruits? To extend the enjoyment and freshness of cut flowers, we must condition or “harden” them.
Water isn’t always what wilting plants and shrubs need when sunny weather returns after a rainy period. The soil might be saturated. If so, extra moisture is one thing the plants and shrubs shouldn’t receive.
Mosquitoes can ruin outdoor activities in the warmer months. It might seem like a never-ending battle when you’re fighting to control the pesky insects. With mosquito-borne diseases becoming more prevalent, it’s even more important to know how to take control of these pests around your home.
Many people fear snakes, but despite the fright they can cause, the majority of snakes are beneficial. Of the 33 varieties of snakes in Kentucky, only four are venomous (Northern copperhead, Western cottonmouth [water moccasin], timber rattlesnake and pygmy rattlesnake). Only two are fo…
After twenty years in the same location, the Lincoln Trail Area Master Gardener’s Plant Fair is moving.