With so many months and so many days in the year, it can be hard to remember just when to plant what, trim where, and start when. Nasturtiums in March? Hydrangeas in June? Who can remember? We've started to assemble a month-by-month guide in Pinterest to keep you on task!
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Whether you want to cut your own tree, pick a live tree and have it cut for you, buy a tree already cut or buy a living tree you can plant, this page provides detailed listings of New Hampshire's and Vermont’s choose-and-cut Christmas tree farms, places to buy pre-cut (also called pre-harvested and fresh-cut) trees, stands, sleigh rides, hay rides and related winter events and fun.
This publication is for those individuals interested in growing their own trees and how to control pests that may impact their crops.
- Selecting a Christmas tree- Clemson University
Covers a great deal about composting and is very informative.
- Keeping Potluck Meals Safe
- Food Safety at Home
- Emergency, Holiday and/or Seasonal
- Check Temperatures
- Safe Handling of Wild Game Birds
- Let’s Talk Turkey
Basic information on plant and care instructions- Database
Covers; houseplant needs, selecting houseplants, care for, types, health and propagation
Covers a number of topics:
Proper Light for Indoor Plants, Artificial Lights for Indoor Plants, Repotting Indoor Plants, Indoor Plant Soil, Proper Humidity for Indoor Plants, Watering Indoor Plants, Fertilizing Indoor Plants, Cleaning Foliage on Indoor Plants, Pruning Indoor Plants, Yellowing Leaves of Indoor Plants
- Christmas cactus- Clemson University
- Christmas cactus- disease management Pennsylvania State University
The Insects of November
Lists of expected insects that may be seen in January in a home- excellent information-descriptions and fact sheet
Tree and shrubs