There is always much discussion regarding whether to “clean up” now or to wait until spring, leaving it all to Mother Nature to take care of everything.
We still prefer to do most of the cleaning up in the fall. The ground is warmer and not so wet, and we won’t be stepping on emerging precious spring bloomers and perennials...
Tuesday, November 24
Thanksgiving Centerpiece Workshop - Gore Place
Friday, November 27 - Sunday, January 03
Winter Reimagined - Winter Lights Display - Tower Hill Botanic Garden
Friday, November 27 - Sunday, December 13
Mass Hort's Festival of Trees: Snow Village, Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides, Santa Visits and More...
Friday, November 27 - Sunday, December 27
Gardens Aglow - Heritage Museums & Gardens
Tuesday, December 01
Talk on Cultivating Wonder of Nature In Childhood
Wednesday, December 02 - Friday, December 04
New England Grows - Trade Show & Educational Conference
Saturday, December 05
Introduction to Winter Tree Identification - Arnold Arboretum - Class
The UMass Extension Garden Calendar, provides daily tips, hints, reminders and information for gardening in our Northeast growing conditions.
I collect them from year to year and never throw them away. In addition, the photographs are always beautiful to peruse.
According to Ellen Weeks, the calendar has been produced for more than 25 years by the staff of the UMass Extension Landscape, Nursery and Urban Forestry Program.
The 2016 calendar has extensive guidelines on how to attract pollinators to our gardens...