Q: We heard a short presentation about bats and thought that we might want to attract them to our lake house yard so they will eat the mosquitoes. But we do not want them invading our house. What can we do?
A: Bats may ...Read More
A deutzia renaissance is how my friend Dr. Gerald Klingaman, retired horticulturist, with the University of Arkansas, wrote about this new love that is occurring for this fuzzy heirloom that has been around for ages. If ...Read More
Q: I want a nice lawn, but some of my friends say that this is selfish and wasteful. Is there a way to take care of my yard and have it look nice without using so many chemicals?
A: Lawn care is one of the hot-button ...Read More
Q: I want to try growing some vegetables this year, but I don't have much space and I was wondering how well these types of plants grow in pots on a patio?
A: You should choose your pots and varieties carefully. Look at ...Read More
There is an inferno of color this spring coming from a coleus that has a lot going for it. The Inferno coleus is relatively new, but already it has heads turning especially when you consider that in the University of ...Read More
Across from my backyard, my neighbor has been turning his pool into a virtual paradise with a pergola and rock work. Now all he needs is a South Pacific Sipper! This sounds like the perfect tropical beverage to enjoy while...Read More