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When, how, and if you should prune depends on the type of plant or tree you have and your goal for the plant. Late spring is the best time to prune spring flowering plants.
April 28, 2022 - Filed Under: Lawn and Garden, Landscape Architecture, Trees

Pruning is one of the least understood gardening tasks and for good reason – it’s confusing. When, how, and if you should prune depends on the type of plant or tree you have and your goal for the plant.

A man plants seeds in a garden row.
Knowing what your USDA Plant Hardiness Zone is can help you choose the right plants for your area. USDA Plant Hardiness Zones are based on the average annual minimum winter temperatures across the U.S.
March 3, 2022 - Filed Under: Lawn and Garden, Flower Gardens, Trees, Vegetable Gardens

Do you know what your USDA Plant Hardiness Zone is? USDA Plant Hardiness Zones are based on the average annual minimum winter temperatures across the U.S. These minimum temperatures are broken down into 10-degree increments and provide a guide for which landscape plants are cold hardy for a given area.

crape myrtle blooms
Crape myrtles are a relatively fuss-free plant with ornamental, year-round beauty. They come in several sizes and feature various bloom colors and trunk characteristics.
February 3, 2022 - Filed Under: Lawn and Garden, Flower Gardens, Landscape Architecture, Trees

Are you updating your existing landscape or planting a brand new one this season? You may want to consider crape myrtles.

A person uses lopers to prune a hydrangea plant.
Most people avoid pruning because it is so confusing. But if you know your plants and your growth goals for them, the chore is less intimidating.
January 13, 2022 - Filed Under: Lawn and Garden, Flower Gardens, Landscape Management, Trees

When, how, and if you should prune depends on the type of plant or tree you have and your goal for the plant. Check out this calendar for some of the pruning chores ideal for January through April in Mississippi.

Frost on a plant.
November 30, 2021 - Filed Under: Lawn and Garden, Flower Gardens, Trees

It’s hard to believe we will be closing out another year at the end of the month. If you’ve followed our monthly garden checklist, we know it’s been a busy year for you! Staying on top of the chores in your yard and garden is quite the undertaking, but isn’t it rewarding? To wrap up the year, here are a few things to take care of:

Success Stories

A man wearing a bright yellow button-up shirt leans against a large truck and rests one hand in his blue jean pocket.
Trees, Natural Resources, Forestry, Forestry Impacts, Timber Prices, Timber Harvest
Volume 8 Number 1

Annual forestry show gathers industry, highlights best logging practices

Year after year, the Mid-South Forestry Equipment Show attracts thousands of visitors. Canceled in 2020, as most large gatherings were because of the COVID pandemic, the show opened in 2021 with about 3,500 former and new attendees ready to discover the latest forestry equipment, safety guidelines, and timber-harvesting methods.

A green forest of trees.
Trees, Timber Harvest
Volume 2 Number 1

Football coaching legend also known for success in timber industry

To many Northeast Mississippians who played high school football between the early 1960s and the late 1980s, Ben Jones is a coaching icon.

A man stands on a porch with a white crepe myrtle behind him and the Mississippi River and bridge in the distance.
Lawn and Garden, Plant Diseases, Trees
Volume 5 Number 3

While Adams County native Monroe Sago has always loved the look of crape myrtles, he hasn’t always known how best to take care of them. His lack of knowledge was brought directly to his attention about 7 years ago.

Darryl Grennell
Lawn and Garden, Plant Diseases, Trees
Volume 5 Number 3

Natchez. Rich in history, beauty, and culture, it’s the oldest incorporated city on the Mississippi River. For Natchez Mayor Darryl Grennell, giving back to the town where he was born and raised just makes sense.

A black metal bench overlooking the cemetery sits under the shade of a large, green tree.
Lawn and Garden, Trees, Natural Resources, Forestry, Urban and Community Forestry
Volume 5 Number 1

Foreman Matthew Ellis is responsible for keeping the grounds of the Biloxi National Cemetery in shape. But it’s more than just a job to him.

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Mississippi Citrus
Sunday, December 30, 2018 - 7:00am
Planting Trees - MSU Extension Service
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 4:15pm
Selecting Fruit Trees - MSU Extension Service
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 3:15pm
Flowering Fruit Trees
Saturday, March 7, 2015 - 6:00pm
Harbingers of Spring
Saturday, February 28, 2015 - 6:00pm

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