do in the fall plant layers of bulbs that will give you three bursts of color when spring arrives. Choose bulb varieties that flower a few weeks apart, such as crocus, tulips, and daffodils, which will bloom in rotation for up to six weeks.
Cabbage Collars Protect your cabbages, broccoli, brussels sprouts.These clever collars fit snugly around the stems of cabbages, cauliflowers, broccoli and brussels sprouts to prevent the cabbage root fly laying its eggs beside the roots of the plants.
Spray your weeds with diluted vinegar.not only will it kill them, but the plants and soil love it. Read how here, and see the before and after pictures. I just learned about this in my winter gardening class the other day and the teacher has done it for
Natvie: June grass (Koelaria cristata)--Usually eaten by grazing livestock and also eaten by wild animals during the summer time. Songbirds and small mammals eat the seeds.The leaf blades of the plant have been tied together and used as paintbrushes and brooms, has been used in the treatment of cuts, edible seeds if ground into a powder and cooked like porridge or flour for bread making