As Winter approaches, here are a few Fall projects you might consider … Roses, Lawns, Mowing and a few other things.
Thursday Evening, September 20th starting at 6:00 PM Ladies Night with Jen Witman, who will be on hand to provide instruction on how to create an amazing Fall planter.
During the spring and fall, you should check the soil moisture approximately every 3-5 days. During the hot and dry summer months, this should be done everyday for planters and hanging baskets, 2-3 days for in ground small-medium sized plants and every 3-5 days for larger plants and trees.
Your hanging baskets are only getting nutrition if you provide it to them. After watering, regular fertilizing at the right amount and time is the most important thing to keep your plants thriving.
Slugs are some of the most notorious pests here in the Pacific Northwest. Click here to find out how to deal them a knock-out blow!