Summer is officially over, but there’s still a few lawn chores you need to do because the secret to a beautiful lawn in the spring starts now. Susie Bachman said fall is a wonderful time to pay attention to your lawn, and it’s also crucial if you want your grass to look good when the snow melts in the spring.
There are great plants for fall color as you need seasonality in your garden. The saviors are shrubs and perennials that can provide that pop. Euonymus, or the burning bush, will become a complete ball of red — you can’t miss them.
Is your garden looking like it could use a pick-me-up? There are some great substitutes and fill-ins to make bring your garden back to life. And as far the vegetable garden goes, keep picking off the green beans so that they’ll grow more.
Have you’ve been watering your garden a lot lately? Does it seem like your flowers are absorbing the water too quickly? According to Bachman’s Floral, weeds may be responsible for stealing a lot of that water and nutrients.
So as not to waste the hours you’ve put into your garden, WCCO asked Susie Bachman for the best ways to keep the bugs away. Aphids can suck the green part out of the plant, so Captain Jacks’ Deadbug is a great organic all-purpose insecticide. Bonide Eight isn’t organic, is another a great all-purpose insecticide.
If you want your flowers to bloom all season long, Susie Bachman with Bachman’s floral said there’s one thing you need to know above all else — prune and deadhead. It’s all about how a little work now will pay off later.
If you’ve spent hours tending to your garden only to find out a critter came in to wreak havoc, here’s some help. It’s a problem many have — eager rabbits and deer nibbling away your hard work. Susie Bachman spills her secrets in how to protect your garden.
Whether you’re a novice or even a master gardener it’s always nice to have some advice. Susie Bachman talks with WCCO and shares tips on successfully watering and fertilizing your garden.
Thrillers, fillers and spillers. No, we’re not talking about the latest horror flick — those words actually refer to plants. Susie Bachman from Bachman’s Floral explains how they will help to make the perfect container garden.
Green thumbs know that after hours of gardening, knees can get sore. But there’s a new concept of gardening that will help.
While you are busy decorating the inside of your house for the holidays, don’t forget the outside. There are some simple things you can do to the entrance to your home to impress your holiday guests.
When someone throws a holiday party and invites you to come, it’s best not to arrive empty-handed. Guests often give what are typically called hostess gifts, a little something to show your appreciation to the people who are inviting you into their home.
A combination of hot temperatures and high humidity is hitting the Twin Cities and punishing our plants. But there are ways to protect them.
As the temperatures continue to warm up, a number of viewers have asked WCCO’s Holly Wagner to find out what the “in” flowers are this season. Holly Wagner talked to the garden experts at Bachman’s to get the scoop.
Insects in your flower and vegetable gardens can be quite the pests, though some can also be helpful. Holly Wagner talked with Susie Bachman of Bachman’s Floral & Garden Center to get answers to your questions about bugs.
Brightening up the outside of your home may be as easy as changing up your planters or potted plants. Holly Wagner talked to the garden experts at Bachman’s about which flowers do best at this time of year.
Just because it’s cool outside doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can plant.
In this week’s Your Garden segment, Susie Bachman of Bachman’s Garden Center shows you how to keep a perennial garden healthy and how to prevent crab grass.
A lot of people do entertaining over the holidays and plants are a great way to spruce up your house in the winter.
Many people love the scent of a real Christmas tree or holiday wreath, but some greens are more fragrant and longer lasting than others.
Susie Bachman from Bachman’s Floral & Garden Center shared some advice on caring for your holiday plants.
This is a good time to swap out your planters with greens that will weather the cooler temperatures.
We’ve had a warm fall, but it’s just a matter of time until the cooler weather arrives. That’s why it’s time to start thinking about what yard work needs to be done before the temperature drops.
Fall is here, but when it comes to your yard, you may want to have spring in mind.
Fall is here, but that doesn’t mean you should slack off on your lawn care. It’s actually the most important time of the year for your lawn.