Category: This week in the garden

What to See and Do in the Zone 6 September Garden

Asters are a sure sign of early fall. | Spotts Garden Service

The light has become golden, and the crisp winds of autumn are lurking just around the corner. Enjoy the twilight of summer in the garden!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 August Garden

butterfly coneflower garden

Savor long summer evenings in the garden, but don’t forget the bug spray!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 July Garden

july garden coneflower grass

Thanks to record high temperatures and drought, gardens are looking dry. We expect to see fewer fall blooms that we usually do; and so many trees are losing leaves, it looks like September out there!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 June Garden

Astilbe bloom june garden

Indiana gardens are glorious in June, especially during the early part of the month. Take a walk through yours!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 May Garden

Centaurea | Spotts Garden Service

May is one of the most glorious months in the Indiana garden. Take a deep breath and enjoy the show!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 April Garden

tulip hyacinth bulb april garden

It’s still mud season in central Indiana, but April is a prime month for blooming shrubs and trees.

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 March Garden

Tete-a-Tete Daffodils | Spotts Garden Service

Pull on your muck boots and head outside to see what’s going on in your garden!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 February Garden

snowdrops

Hints of spring are all around, but you’ll have to hunt for them under the snow and ice.

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 December Garden

winter greens berries

Holiday lights on homes and in gardens illuminate the longest nights of the year. And the garden provides holiday decorations; pinecones, berries, and boughs of holly are yours for the clipping!

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What to See and Do in the Zone 6 November Garden

Japanese maple leaf

The weather may be bleak, but the November garden contains flashes of color and life. Bundle up and tidy up for winter!

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