The nation is still facing a global pandemic and that has led more people out into the great outdoors. For some, the fresh air can relieve stress, for others, they want to grow their own produce. No matter your reason, we have had an interesting spring so far with record-breaking colds that lasted through Mother’s Day so taking care of your yard has been a little challenging.
Chief meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs and meteorologist Kirstie Zontini sat down with certified arborist and host of Garden Talk on AM 1290 and 95.7 FM, Mark Webber about what to do if your garden sustained frost damage already and what you need to know to have success as we head towards summer.
He says water management, nutrition, and placement are important factors when it comes to keeping your garden alive. Did you know the best times to water your grass or how to manage the rainfall we get through the summer so that your yard and garden stay alive? Mark talks about all of this and much more!
Don’t forget if you have more gardening questions, you can listen to his show, Garden Talk every Saturday from 6-9 a.m. on AM 1290 and 95.7FM or on-demand via the Garden Talk Podcast on whio.com.
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