Tulips and daffodils: The one thing you should NOT do to make sure they bloom again

MILWAUKEE -- Thinning is a process where we remove excess seedlings to provide more space for the remaining plants to grow. You’ll learn which crops need this and what happens if you don’t do it.

To grow our apples organically, insect pests can be controlled by bagging the apples to prevent infestation by certain perennial pests. Find out how and why to bag your apples.

Tulips and daffodils are spring bulbs that need a little care now that they are finished flowering. There is something to do and something NOT to do to make sure they bloom again next year.

You can head to the Milwaukee County UW-Extension Horticulture page for more gardening information.