May 13 - Veggies in the Garden
Perennials should all be cut back to approximately 4” above ground. Click here for more information on getting your yard ready for Spring.
Did you have aphids or mildew last year?
If you haven't pruned yet, you still have time. The general "rule of thumb" is you can cut back up to 1/3 of entire plant. Click here for more pruning tips.
Rake up dead thatch, aerate older, compacted lawns. Fertilize with CIL Turf Starter or Green Acres 5-1-5. Here's more lawn care tips.
Having lush, green grass can be a challenge if you have a dog. Their urine causes unsightly yellow spots and can eventually kill patches of grass. Here are some tips on preventing and repairing patchwork grass.
You've waited for this day, here are planting instructions to get you growing right.
For information on getting rid of those annoying weeds in your lawn, garden or driveway, click here.
Annual containers add instant beauty to any deck or patio, providing a splash of colour all summer long. Click here to learn more.
For helpful advice on planting a vegetable garden click here.