November 5, 2004

Diazinon: Going, Going...

The following is adapted from a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) memo to pesticide retailers.

Trees and Shrubs with Colorful Fruit in Fall and Winter

The predominate colors of the home landscape in late fall and winter are white and various shades of gray and brown. An excellent way to brighten the drab winter landscape is to plant evergreens (pine, spruce, fir, etc.) and trees and shrubs that possess brightly colored fruit.