WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath has mulching tips for your roses and how to use corn meal gluten to battle crabgrass.
Care tips to keep those Valentine’s Day plants and cut roses fresh — or even replant them — and for starting your spring vegetable garden indoors.
In this Valentine’s Day edition of Garden Plot, Mike McGrath offers tips to keep those cut flowers blooming in their vase and how to protect bouquets against this weekend’s bitter cold.
In this week’s Garden Plot, Mike McGrath shares some Valentine’s Day tips for good floral choices, and how to keep those flowers fresh.
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Now is not the time to prune your roses, but it is the time to prune your maple and other big trees. WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath also has advice on how to handle road salt on your lawn.
Valentine\’s Day is around the corner – but it\’s still pretty cold out there. Here\’s what you need to know.
If all you do is remove last year\’s mulch from
under your roses, you\’ll greatly reduce disease
problems. And if you replace that much with fresh
yard waste compost, like LeafGro, you\’ll prevent
new disease spores from breeding.
Buying flowers through websites has grown in
popularity, although local shops are busy for