Master Gardeners do a lot across the state of Indiana through the State Master Gardener Program. One of Lake County's Master Gardeners was spotlighted recently.
It was reported on June 10th that the first Japanese Beetles have emerged for the season. This means a couple things for our lawns and landscapes.
Are your roses getting brown patches in them already? Don't reach for the pesticide to control Japanese Beetles as they are not to blame...yet!
This winter has proven to be harsh on many plants, but especially so on Sweet Gum Trees. While most plants might have some leaf burn or browning or some dieback, it appears the Sweet Gum trees may have taken a severe hit. So far across the state, it's being noted by various Extension Educators that those trees are not coming out of dormancy.