Landscape Tips for September, plus Animals, Insects & Birds

Too Early for DORMANT Feeding of Trees, Shrubs, Perennials – September is still part of the growing season for most plants in our landscape.  While they are still in their active growth stage, feeding may stimulate new growth, which will not harden off before winter.   Generally, winter dormancy begins in the landscape when the larger …

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Spruce up your Landscape Beds with Mums and other Fall Plants

For another 4-5 weeks, plants in the landscape (trees, shrubs and perennials) are still in their active growth season.  Therefore, none of these can be fed yet or disturbed by digging or transplanting.   A rule-of-thumb for when the growing season is finished, when plants have set their next year’s buds, and when roots are dormant, …

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