(For Release On Or After 03/03/06) Mention blooming wildflowers and most people think of country meadows and drives along rural roads. Wildflowers, however, are to be found everywhere, including cities and suburbs.
(For Release On Or After 03/10/06) Lawn grasses around Louisiana begin to wake up from winter dormancy and turn green in March, so now is a good time to plan your strategy for having an attractive, healthy lawn this summer.
(For Release On Or After 03/17/06) A common question around here this time of year is whether it’s spring yet. If you look around now, it’s obvious the seasons are changing.
(For Release On Or After 03/24/06) It’s time to plant tomato transplants into the garden, especially in South Louisiana. North Louisiana gardeners may want to wait another week or two to be cautious. But, either way, early planted tomatoes produce more and higher quality tomatoes.
(For Release On Or After 03/31/06) Gardening activities and maintenance always increase in the spring. That’s why it is so important to make sure your landscape is designed in a way that does not demand more time than you are able to provide.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture