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All Seasons Blog

September Gardening To Do List

-Re-fresh gardens with seasonal color and perennials for a fall show.    -Do not plant pansies until the night time temperatures are 65 degrees or lower.     -Plant a cool-season vegetable garden.    -Start a salad...

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Fall Back to Basics: What/How to Plant & Prep

From the ground up: Soil preparation for fall planting When planting in containers, choose a good quality potting soil or container mix. Some may have a slow release fertilizer in them. When planting in established beds, refresh soil with...

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Fall in Love with these 10 Easy Seasonal Plants

Fall brings a great range of plants to bring in the season, from heat tolerant plants to endure a long, hot fall, to cold-lovers that will survive through to spring! Here are ten seasonal favorites. Croton This tropical foliage plant would really do...

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Crazy for Crotons

Fall is just around the corner, but we know it feels an awful lot like summer. These temperatures are likely to persist for the next month, if not longer, and true fall color on the trees in the area might be months further away. The tropical croton...

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Gems of the Fall: Mums

Chrysanthemums (mums) are the gems of fall. The come in a variety of colors and provide instant shape, fullness and fall flair. Combine them with a bale of hay, pumpkins, grasses and all kinds of fall goodies for a true show-stopping...

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Prepare Your Garden for Fall

Assess the Damage A flower garden can tell you a lot at the end of the growing season. You'll want to assess the results of all your spring and summer work, and prepare the garden for next spring. First, take a walk around your garden...

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Protect & Prevent: Scale Insects

Scale insects are sap-feeding insects that get their name from the shell-like waxy covering that conceals their bodies. Depending on the species or the sex, they may be found on the stems, twigs, trunks, leaves or fruit of a plant. They are generally...

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Fall Mulch Tips

Mulch helps plants and keeps soil healthy. All plants greatly benefit from mulching.  The application or re-application of mulch is important to provide your garden once per year. Cedar or cypress bark is recommended due to its resistance...

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Prune Knock Out Roses in Early September

The Knock Out rose has become amazingly popular over the past 10 years. This rose has singlehandedly changed the market for roses since its introduction and ushered in a whole new way to look at roses and use them in our landscapes. Its outstanding...

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Fall Lawn Care

We know that you’ve been caring for your grass all throughout the summer and at this point looking after it has probably become a tedious task. However, caring for your lawn in the fall is just as important so your grass can stay healthy through...

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