For many gardeners "summer is starting to wrap up," and for some it's time to plant their "second-season vegetable garden." Incredibly, we still have some green daffodil spring foliage that we're not removing...Read More Snippets...
Thursday, September 04
Medford Garden Club - Free Lecture: To Prune or Not to Prune, That is the Question
Saturday, September 06
in Greater Boston Area
The First 'Boston Parks Count'
Saturday, September 06 - Sunday, September 07
Begonia and Gesneriad Sale - Lyman Estate Greenhouses
Wednesday, September 10
Infusing Your Life with Herbs - Mass. Horticultural Society - Lecture
Friday, September 12
Northeast Region Perennial Plant Association Symposium at Elm Bank
Saturday, September 13
Ikebana: The Art of Japanese Flower Arrangement at BCAE
Saturday, September 13 - Sunday, September 14
Cactus & Succulent Show and Sale
Friday, September 19 - Saturday, September 20
Fall Bulb and Perennial Sale - Middlesex Conservation District
Since 2006 we have heard about the unfortunate loss of honey bee colonies in North America and elsewhere. The decline in the number of bees is both shocking and frightening and blamed on a number of causes.
Additionally, there's been much discussion about the lack of Monarch butterflies this past summer.
Anyone can implement a few minor changes to make their outdoor spaces more welcoming for both bees and butterflies.
Even using just one of these ideas can be beneficial. As is often said, one small step can make a difference...