Gardeners in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia are anxious to play (and plant) in their gardens, their landscapes and in their lawns.
The weather this winter has been very cold and most of our lawns are still dormant – but they are waiting (and wanting) to grow. It won’t be long before you will experience the smell of freshly mowed grass. But with the lawns of spring come the weeds of spring and those weeds will be popping up their heads where we do not want them to grow!
The next 5 day forecast looks great so why not join other gardeners for suggestions on how to make your grass green, how to prevent crabgrass, grassy weeds and broad-leaf weeds and how to adjust the acidity of your soil.
Evergreen H&G Showplace will have seminars at both of our