The Lawn Depot Blog

Preparing and Protecting your Landscapes for Winter. Plus bring beauty and excitement to your Yard by feeding the Birds!

Dormant Feeding of Shrubs, Small Trees, Perennials and Bulbs – Landscape plants should be fed twice a year: when growth begins in the spring, and after the growing season has ended in the fall.  It is now safe for feeding any and all landscape plants. We recommend granular (HOLLY-TONE, EVERGREEN-TONE, PLANT-TONE, BONE MEAL, etc.) fertilizers …

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Fall is for Planting…Perennials, Shrubs, Mums, Ornamental Cabbage & Kale, plus other Fall Yard Preparations.

Dormant Feeding of Trees, Shrubs, Perennials, Ground Covers, and Bulbs – Dormant feeding can be done once the majority of leaves have fallen from deciduous trees and shrubs.  This occurs anywhere from mid to late October when the growing season is over for all the plants in the landscape except the lawn.  Trees, shrubs and …

Fall is for Planting…Perennials, Shrubs, Mums, Ornamental Cabbage & Kale, plus other Fall Yard Preparations. Read More »

Fall Lawn repair, Seeding, Fertilizing, Lime and more!

Seeding in Mid-October – Although we prefer that seeding be done in late August or September, without any question October, or even early November seeding is far better than waiting until next spring.  Spring seeding is seldom successful.  It interferes with other important lawn work and summer seeding is asking for serious difficulty.  The key …

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