Animal waste tainting fresh produce is one of the major causes of food-borne ailments.
Gardeners trying to lure pollinators to their landscape would be wise to mimic nature and plant wildflowers.
Despite the cool weather this month, the evidence of spring is all around us. Gardening March Madness begins!
Ginger Griffin, Patterson Garden Club member, gave a program demonstrating the use of quick drying clay to form a dish then pressed a large leaf in it to form a design during the club’s Jan. 15 meeting. President Evelyn Estay led the business meeting prior to the program. The next meeting will be Feb. 19. A plant exchange will be held.
Patterson Garden Club held its monthly meeting Jan. 15. The next meeting will be Feb. 19. A plant exchange will be held.
In gardening, whether you’re talking about pest control or fertilization, “organic” generally means natural.