Am I talking about gardening while the north wind blows over northern Michigan, draping us with frigid air? You bet. It is never too early to talk about the growing season. Furthermore, some of those outdoor plants have been brought inside to overwinter.
Gardenieres are gardening experts - green thumbs - led by master gardener William Moss. These experts show growing enthusiasts how to grow things well. They are out meeting and greeting folks online from all over the country, answering questions and inspiring people to get out and garden.
I know that I have some need of help with my own gardening projects. I brought in my marjoram plant a couple of weeks ago, hoping to keep it going through the winter. I have no idea if it'll live during the cold months, but we'll see. I don't know what kind of fertilizer or plant food it needs. Ditto for the stevia plant.
I might need to visit the Miracle-Gro Facebook page and ask away. The good folks there have the knowledge and are more than happy to help.
If you would like to Find beauty in the Fall, as I do, you might benefit from some green thumb tutors as well. Beauty in the frozen midwest would be wonderful just about now....