The Best Resource for January Garden Tips

a snow-covered scene painted in Hungary with open countryside, low hills, and trees in the distance, all under a fresh blue sky; the artist is József Rippl-Rónai (1861–1927)
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József Rippl-Rónai (1861–1927)

In the past I’ve mentioned the potential value of discarded holiday greens and–if you’re snow-free–to look out for discarded or unwanted mums. There’s always more and more . . . and more timely seasonal advice to say, so that’s why I wanted to let you know there’s a resource that covers it all.

The Missouri Botanical Garden is among the best examples of its kind worldwide. As a result, although American regions, geography, and climate vary and I’m aware the advice here may not always apply to you, it’s really worth checking out on a regular basis. Note it in your garden journal!

Their advice for January is divided unlike Gaul into two parts: Tips and Tasks and Pests and Problems.

And if you’re not sure about something you find there, leave a comment about it below and I’ll gladly reply!

Last, if you live where crepe myrtles grow, please share this advice on social media you use to discourage the scourge that has been ruefully named “crepe murder.”

 

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