Add a houseplant to the home – clean the air and enhance the beauty of your indoor spaces!
Inventory all tools. Repair, clean and sharpen those in need. Make a list of replacements; don’t wait for spring.
Did you apply an anti-desiccant to evergreens (new and established) in early December? It may be time to reapply. Wait for a day when air temperatures are above freezing and will stay that way for 24 hours.
Check stored bulbs – cannas, elephant ears and dahlias – for any signs of rot. If found, discard. Fresh bulbs will available this spring.
Days are getting slightly longer! That should inspire you to think about what to grow in the late winter/early spring vegetable garden. Seeds have arrived at Martin Viette!
Remember our feathered friends; keep bird feeders stocked and fresh water available.
Dreaming about spring? 57 days and counting…
What’s going on in the January garden?