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When to Fertilize Trees and Shrubs?

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  • April 15, 2015
  • by Tori Clark
  • Fertilizer, shrub, tree,
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Many people are coming in with questions about fertilizing trees and shrubs right now.  Many shrubs are just starting to show signs of leaves or even flowers if you have forsythia or magnolias in your landscape.  Most plants have a big growth spurt in early spring and continue to grow more slowly during the summer months.
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Summer Garden Tips

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  • June 26, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Annuals, Fertilizer, Flowers, weeds,
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Hard to believe it is almost the 4th of July already!  By now our gardens are growing like crazy, struggling under all the water or somewhere in between.  Today I have a few garden tips to keep your garden looking beautiful and producing lettuce, beans, tomatoes and all that good stuff too. Deadhead annuals or
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Understanding and Choosing Fertilizers

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  • May 27, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Fertilizer, Flowers, Garden,
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Now that we have our beautiful annuals tucked into containers and gardens it is time to take care of them.  Even those plants you have taken home, but haven’t gotten around to planting yet, but just had to have.  All plants can benefit from being fertilized. Plants need food to grow and fertilizer is how
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Spring Lawn Care

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  • April 28, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • Crabgrass Preventer, Fertilizer, Lawn Care, Spring,
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All this rain is sure to green up your lawn if it hasn’t already. Once your yard is dry, a good raking will loosen the grass plants, remove leaves and let the sunshine in.  It is out there somewhere, right?   Spring is the second best time of year, after fall, for seeding your lawn.
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Quick Tip: Container Gardening

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  • April 22, 2014
  • by Anne Matzek
  • Container Gardening, Fertilizer, Flowers, Quick Tips, Soil Moist, Soilless Soil,
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Learn how to use less soil in large flower pots or containers in this video! There are many other great tips to make container gardening EASY. Here are five that you may not have thought to consider: 1. Most flowers that are planted in pots or containers are heavy feeders. Mix in a slow-release fertilizer
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