How can I keep my container garden watered while away on vacation? Always such timely information from friend and garden expert, Ron Wilson. Jul 2, 2020 6 TIPS TO WATERING YOUR CONTAINER GARDEN 1.) If possible, group your plants indoors or out in a semi-shadier location. By grouping your plants, they will provide shade for each other. The shaded spot will help them not dry … Continue reading Keep Container Garden Watered While Away
Orange Dust From Callery Pears – Buggy Joe and Jim Chatfield Jun 24, 2020 Wow! Along with the Saharan dust that’s enveloping some parts of the US, here in Southwestern Ohio we have another dust and it’s orange! See what friend and entomologist Joe Boggs, of Ohio State Extension, has to say. Also check out all of Joe’s good information on Ron Wilson‘s In the … Continue reading Orange Dust From Callery Pears
Another helpful bunch of tips from friend and colleague and garden expert, Ron Wilson, .Home > Plant Care > Tree Care Guide As the largest tree grower serving Mason, West Chester, Ohio, and the Tri-State area, we know how to get your new tree sapling off to a great start. Here are our tips on how to plant your new tree: Here are some … Continue reading How to Plant your New Trees
From friend and colleague, Ron Wilson, garden expert. Moles are one of the most common and most frustrating lawns and garden pest problems. With that in mind before deciding what your game plant is take the time to visit the website of our local mole expert, Mr. Tom Schmidt . You may choose to live with them or try your hand at removing them from your … Continue reading How to Control Moles in the Garden
It’s that time of year when the slugs start showing up in the garden. Friend and gardening expert Ron Wilson of Natorp’s shares this information. Take a look – and now you know…. WHAT ARE SLUGS? Slugs are simply shell-less snails. Slugs (snails) feed on a variety of living plants as well as decaying plant matter. They have chewing mouthparts and cause … Continue reading How to Control Slugs in the Garden
It’s about boxwood bushes and all the noise that’s going on with them. Here’s what friends and colleagues Joe Boggs, of Ohio State Extension and Ron Wilson ,Natorp’s Marketing Manager and host of “In the Garden” radio show have to say. Crackling Boxwoods – Buggy Joe Boggs Apr 14, 2020 Joe says:I posted a BYGL Alert on Boxwood Leafminer (Monarthropalpus flavus) back in March noting … Continue reading Snap! Crackle! Pop! (And it’s NOT Cereal!)
Another great tip from friend and garden expert Ron Wilson. WHY USE COFFEE IN THE GARDEN? WAKE UP YOUR GARDEN WITH COFFEE! DO YOU THINK COFFEE GROUNDS ARE ONLY FOR ACID-LOVING PLANTS? OH, NO! IT CAN BE APPLIED TO JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE IN THE GARDEN. TRUST ME, THE PLANTS AND THE EARTHWORMS ARE GOING TO LOVE YOU FOR IT! IF USED PROPERLY AND IN MODERATION, … Continue reading Why use Coffee in the Garden?
From friend and garden expert Ron Wilson. For those of you living outside the try-state Cincinnati loop, check out all Ron’s good info on the Ronwilsononline (his radio show) or Natorp’s. com site. SPRING GARDENING QUESTIONS SPRING GARDENING IS HERE IN CINCINNATI! It’s time for spring gardening! Our garden experts are answering the most popular spring gardening questions. “HOW SOON CAN WE START PLANTING OUR … Continue reading Tomatoes, Peppers, Pansies and your Spring Gardening Questions Answered
From garden expert and friend, Ron Wilson of Natorp’s and In the Garden with Ron Wilson on WKRC55 every Saturday from 6-9 AM.Ovalis – Bigleaf Red Witch Hazel – late winter red flowers Arnolds Promise Intermedia Diane Intermedia Continue reading Witch Hazel: Is it Blooming Yet?
Friend and garden guru Ron Wilsonpassed this information along: Officials with the Ohio Department of Wildlife said the active critters could stir up trouble in residential areas, particularly around pets. Striped skunks are very adaptable and can become habituated to humans and their trash, pet food and other sources of food, officials said. In particular, they love nicely manicured lawns, which tend to … Continue reading It’s Skunk Mating Season in Ohio!