It feels and looks like spring has arrived for much of the state. Gardeners may want to postpone pruning some plants that are already blooming. (Laura McKenzie/Texas A&M AgriLife)
A quick soil test can provide gardeners with vital information about the quality of the soil in their landscape. (Photo by Mitchell Alcala, OSU Agriculture)

Conduct soil test now ahead of spring planting

Planning for and starting vegetable and flower transplants can make January a much more interesting time of year for gardeners. (Photo courtesy of Kansas State University Research and Extension.)

January provides opportunity to start vegetables, flowers indoors

Muscari bulbs in a flower border covered in snow (Photo: iStock - PaulMaguire)

Cold? Snow? No matter to gardeners

Digging in garden beds. Weeding weeds in the garden. (Photo: iStock - Anna Solovei)

Make garden resolutions for 2024

Asters flowers (Journal stock photo.)

Build drought-tolerant gardens this fall for next summer’s blooms