I love gardeners who love what they’re doing so much that they take the time to share information, advice and stories with other gardeners, even if it is all about fall clean up.
Kaye Kittrell is one such gardener. Kaye is a member of my LinkedIn group – Grow Girls Grow Organic. And Kaye makes the most wonderful videos about her gardening experiences.
Kaye wraps up all the lessons she learned this past year about aphids, powdery mildew and cabbage worms. One quick tip for her and other gardeners: to kill cabbage worms, get an old-fashioned flour sifter, put some flour in it and head to the garden early in the morning.
Make sure you get to the worms while the dew is heavy. Sift flour on the plant and worms and watch the sun dry them into papier mache worms! When it rains, the flour washes right off. My mom’s tip and it works like a charm.
Professionally shot and edited, these videos are fun to watch and always teach this old gardening girl something new. So, I thought I would share!
Enjoy this wonderful, warm weather gardener’s adventures in dirt, especially here in the Mid-Atlantic where we are currently sitting under about 10 inches of snow and 1/4 inch of ice…all delivered in the last 7 days.