Here we are finishing up another year, but before we can ring in the new year there are plenty of things to do.  Thousands of leaves are falling daily.

  • Rake the leaves up into a compost bend and get them ready for spring.
  • Spread molasses over the lawn to help build up the microbial activity and add organic material to the soil.
  • Plant fescue grass seed and winter ryegrass seeds for a green winter lawn.

After the yard work is done check out the December 2011 archives on how to take care of Holiday plants.

Coming up in the first of January: onion plants, fresh bulk seeds and seed potatoes. Stay tuned!

Have a Great Christmas and New Year




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