Everyone knows plants need water and sunshine to survive; but in order to thrive, they need essential chemical elements, like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Without these and few others, they simply do not have the necessary “building blocks” to grow. This is where the fertilizer comes in.
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Fall presents a wonderful time of year to plant those azaleas you’ve been longing for in your landscape or plant garden. Azaleas begin their budding process in the cooler winter months and those buds become breathtaking blooms beginning in March. You will be one step ahead of the mad dash to purchase and plant your […]
To all you proud azalea owners, do not trim your plants late in the fall. Your azaleas may have some long runners on them and you may be tempted to trim them back, but beware you may be trimming off potential buds that will develop into beautiful blooms this spring. Be patient and trim them after they […]
We get asked this one A LOT. The answer is: Absolutely! In fact, planting in the fall season is encouraged. Planting in the fall gives the plants more time to acclimate and root in before the warmer spring and summer months arrive. Planting them now will also allow you to enjoy the winter and spring […]