Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Video Wednesday: Shutting Off Water Sources for Winter
This week's video on Shutting Off Water Sources is incredibly timely with a huge cold front moving into the Mid-Atlantic area. If you have never had trouble with a water pipe freezing and bursting, count yourself lucky. I hear many horror stories from new homeowners who were never told they needed to turn off their outdoor water for winter nor even where the shut-off valve is -- if you don't know where that valve is, make it a point to find where yours is today!
This one is another MonkeySee.com production. BTW, you may have to wait a few seconds for the video to load while listening to a brief MonkeySee.com sponsor commercial. If the above viewer screen, does not work, you can go to MonkeySee.com to watch it her
OR go directly to: http://www.monkeysee.com/play/12085-Winterize-a-Vegetable-Garden-Shutting-Off-Water-Sources
Today is Amazon Prime Day, so I thought I'd again share the garden products I use almost every day. These are the tried-and-true w...
May 2020 issue of Washington Gardener Magazine – Harvest Times, Low-Maintenance Perennials, Native Twinleaf, and much more…Inside this issue: · When is the Right Time to Harvest? · 7 Perennials that Work Hard for YOU · The Sc...
The Fringetree is a small tree that is native to the Eastern United States. The “fringe” of this tree refers to the long, white, cluster...