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It doesn’t take many spring showers to awaken the weeds. Here's Angela O'Callaghan.
Some people might think it’s a bit early to start talking about spring, and cool season planting, but this is Southern Nevada, where the seasons have their own peculiar ways of doing things.
When the Halloween season rolls around, my entire neighborhood is festooned with spider webs, witches hanging in front of windows, and pumpkins all over the place.
Much as I love summer, with its sun filled hundred and ten degree-days, it’s a nice break when temperatures drop into the 90s.
Cracks in your pool deck or walls? Likely not an earthquake – just bad planning. Norm Schilling talks about the downside of his state champion tree .
My pluot tree is an amazing part of my garden.
Your yard is an ecosystem . . . Norm talks about letting nature take its course with Aphids
Norm Schilling has two plants to consider for your yard, if you’re willing to go a little further to find them first.
Norm has hope if your yard is blooming weeds.
I love planning my garden. Every year, I have to try something new, whether it be a different color of cabbage, or perhaps something I’ve never eaten before.
From rabbits to nematodes, it can take some effort to keep a garden pest free. Here’s Dr. Angela O’Callaghan with Desert Bloom.
Norm continues with advice on a thorny yard issue – in part two of our look at pruning cacti.
What do you suppose is the most popular American holiday? I mean, after Christmas, what do we spend the most money on, for cards, decorations, even parties?
Your yard could already have plenty of tiny plants ready to grow without spending at the nursery this fall.
Pesticides come with signal words – ranging from caution to danger.