Winterizing Your Garden!

Winterizing Your Garden!

Fall watering gives plants a reserve for winter, especially evergreens. Soil should be kept moist but not soggy until the ground freezes. Be sure to Spray Boxwood and Dwarf Alberta Spruce with Neem oil to control spider mites. For winter protection, wait until...
Fall Is A Fantastic Time To Plant

Fall Is A Fantastic Time To Plant

Temperatures are cooler and there is an increase in rainfall. Roots can establish until the ground freezes which is typically Mid-December in Michigan. Planting Tips Use a fertilizer with mycorrhizae to promote root growth. Make sure root flare is level with the...
Fall Foliage

Fall Foliage

Trees “Ice Dragon”Very cold hardyleaves are more tolerant of sun and heat “Franklin”Beautiful white flowers late summerleaves turn red and burgundy in fallSmall specimen tree Maple “Paperbark” Small sizeBark exfoliates in curlsNo tar spotBeautiful red fall color...
How to Plant Bulbs

How to Plant Bulbs

You can plant your bulbs from early September to the beginning of November, before the ground freezes. Pick out the area that you would like to plant your bulbs. Make sure you have good soil for them. You can use a bulb planter or a shovel. There are different depths...
Feeding Birds In The Fall

Feeding Birds In The Fall

Birds that are visiting during autumn are scouting for food, so when cold weather hits and they require more calories they are prepared. Food becomes harder to get during winter because insects stop flying, snow covers seeds, ice seals away tree buds and wild fruits....
FALL ESSENTIALS

FALL ESSENTIALS

Jack’s Classic Water Soluble Fertilizers• All Purpose 20-20-20 for greener leaves, more flowers, and brighter colors.• For all indoor and outdoor plants: trees, shrubs, vegetables fruits, and turf. Bonide’s Neem Oil• Prevent and treat insects, mites, and fungi.• Makes...