Posts Tagged ‘spring’

Almost time to fertilize trees and shrubs!

  Trees and shrubs can sometimes be forgotten when it comes to fertilizing the yard in the spring. Young trees especially those with a trunk diameter of less than six inches can greatly benefit from regular applications of fertilizer. When young trees soak up fertilizer they grow quicker, develop a dense canopy and will stay […]

Time to Prune!

  Did you know that winter is the best time to prune? This is because most of the woody plants are dormant.  The most obvious reason that you need to prune a plant is to reduce the size and maintain a plant’s shape or improve its appearance, but did you know that pruning also helps […]

Time to plant fall bulbs!

Did you know fall bulbs produce the first blooms of next season? The bulbs spend the winter making roots and come up early in the spring. In fact most bulbs can be planted until the ground is frozen. Some of our favorites are: tulips, daffodils, lilies, and irises. So if you think that autumn’s the […]