Indoor plants will require more frequent watering and fertilization as they increase their summer growth.
Houseplants can be moved outdoors to a shady location, but pay close attention to their watering needs.
Cut garden flowers for indoor beauty. Recut the stems again just before placing in water. Add a floral preservative, and change the solution frequently.
Pollinators are all the "buzz" these days with a federal proclamation designating June 15-21 as National Pollinator Week. Now in its eighth year, the focus of this event is to promote the health of pollinators, so critical to food and ecosystems.
More than once I have been asked some version of this question: Where have all the big moths gone? Almost always the questioner elaborates by saying something like: "Every summer when I was a kid there would be nights when several large moths would be fluttering around our porch light. I haven't seen any of those giant moths for years."
This is the time of year that many homeowners start their annual battle with nuisance wildlife. Did you know to capture a rabbit you need a permit? Brian MacGowan, Extension Wildlife Specialist, shares what options you have and resources to aid.