Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Northern & Central Midwest

May, 2001
Regional Report

In the Garden

464

Watching for Pests

Just when gardening seems to be rolling along fine, insect season begins. The first bugs of summer to arrive are the flea beetles. I planted mizuna, a tasty oriental green, under lights in February and had large, healthy transplants to place in the...
Read more »

Resources

Books

Growing and Using Herbs in the Midwest Growing and Using Herbs in the Midwest: A Regional Guide for Home Gardeners by Rosemary Divock...

Favorite or New Plant

Rugosa rose 'Fru Dagmar Hastrup' Although rugosa roses are as common as pennies, since they perform so well in my garden I...
Read more »

Regional Reminders

  • Watch for Aphids
  • Harden Warm-Season Transplants
  • Move Houseplants
  • Plant Groundcovers
  • Mow Lawns

Read more »

Syndicate this Report

— ADVERTISEMENTS —

National Gardening Association

© 2016 Dash Works, LLC
Times are presented in US Central Standard Time
Today's site banner is by Paul2032 and is called "Echinacea"

About - Contact - Terms of Service - Privacy - Memberlist - Acorns - Links - Ask a Question - Newsletter

Follow us on TwitterWe are on Facebook.We Pin at Pinterest.Subscribe to our Youtube ChannelView our instagram