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Aug 3, 2020
Flowering native plants add color naturally - Woodstock Independent
As a legume, it has a benefit that its root system binds nitrogen to the soil.
The Common Elderberry
(Sambucus nigra canadensis) is an attractive native shrub that has large clusters of very fragrant, cream-colored blooms in the late spring that provide pollen to insect visitors. In the fall it offers large clusters of dark purple drupes (small fleshy fruit) that are attractive to birds. It is a deciduous shrub that can grow to 12 feet.
(Physocarpus opulifolius) is a shrub with multiple stems that can grow up to 9 feet. It has clusters of pretty white flowers that provide nectar and pollen to many insects. Later in summer, the flowers are replaced by drooping clusters of red fruits that remain on the plant until they shatter in winter. The young stems are shiny and reddish-brown, and the older stems are brown and exfoliate in papery strips.
(Chelone oblique) is a 3-foot-tall native perennial. It is an attractive plant with many blooms that are a deep rosy pink and turtlehead-shaped. This plant prefers partial or dappled sunlight. There is also a white native turtlehead (Chelone gasbar).
Those are just a few of the native shrubs in my yard. For a great source of Illinois native shrubs, go to web.extension.illinois.edu/shrubselector. You will find a photo of the bloom and information about light requirements, soil requirements, nativ... Jul 5, 2019
July Gardening Tips - Goldsboro Daily News
Fertilize bermudagrass and St. Augustine lawns at a rate of 1 lb. nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft., equal to 6 lbs. of 16-4-8 per 1,000 sq. ft
Install a rain sensor to your irrigation system to avoid watering during or immediately after rain. Adjust irrigation applications according to rainfall, so that a total of 1? of water is applied each week.
Trees, Shrubs and Flowers
Pinch off garden mums till mid-July to encourage branches and delay flowering until fall.
Many people have container gardens on their patios and porches. Container-grown plants can dry out quickly during these hot, summer days. Daily watering may be necessary, however the soil shouldn’t be soggy or have standing water. Apply water until it runs out the drainage holes. Feel the soil in containers at least once a day and twice on hot, dry days to be certain that plants are getting enough water.
Prune spring-flowering shrubs such as azaleas, forsythia and hydrangeas as their blooms fade. Be sure to prune them by mid-July to avoid cutting off next year’s flower buds.
Reduce the mosquito population by emptying standing water. Mosquito larvae need only a small amount of water to grow. Empty any open container of water, incl... May 31, 2019
Soggy planting season leaves growers dripping with concern - The Intelligencer
But, she cautioned, “you can do more harm by over-fertilizing than under-fertilizing.” Too much fertilizer can cause chemical burns and too much nitrogen will attract pests to the plants.At Crossing Vineyards in Upper Makefield, sommelier Eric Cavatore isn’t too worried about the damp days just yet. But if the wet weather continues into July, August or September, when grape vines need the sun’s warmth to ripen, that wouldn’t be good. “In summer, it has to be dry,” he said, to create the best wines.Hopefully, Cavatore will get his hot, dry spell. Meteorologist Jonathan O’Brien at the National Weather Service in Westampton said that for June, July and August, the agency's Climate Prediction Center expects “an increased chance of above normal temperatures and an above normal chance of above normal rainfall.”That’s on top of rain that’s already fallen. The NWS reports that from Jan. 1 through May 19, the rainfall total for Bucks County averaged 21.2 inches, about 4.4 inches above normal. Montgomery County’s total was 19.2 inches, or 2.9 inches more than expected. In Burlington County, the rainfall total has been 18.4 inches, or 1.4 inches above normal.O’Brien said that when it rains a lot, the humid air can spawn more rainstorms. “These patterns do feed on themselves - increase the chance for additional storms. The fact that it has been so wet favors it continuing to be wet.”Staff writer Kyle Bagenstose contributed to this story.
... Mar 15, 2019
This Week in the Garden | Think about spring blooms now - Santa Cruz Sentinel
Legume plants can do double duty; clover, bell or fava beans not only stabilize the soil but add nutrients, including nitrogen, when they are turned under at winter's end.
Start to seed now for late spring and even a few summer vegetables and flowers. While it is too early to direct-sow heat-loving and rapidly growing seed like green beans (the seed tends to rot in cold soil), you can get many plants going in pots now for later transplanting into the garden. You'll save money by starting your plants from seed plus you'll have a far wider selection of plants from which to choose. Most local garden centers have big displays of seed from a number of different companies; browse through them for inspiration. Too many seeds in a packet? Split the cost and the seeds with a friend.
If you especially like to support local businesses, take a look at Renee's Garden Seeds, available in most local garden centers as well as through the company website. Headquartered in Felton, Renee Shepherd's seeds are trialed in her test gardens there so they are proven to be suitable for local conditions. Each year, she introduces new seed and this year, she has seven interesting new veggies and four flowers to try. Among the vegetables are "Bravado" Broccoli, "Bulgarian Carrot" Chili Peppers, "Festival" Acorn Winter Squash and Heirloom Bean Dry Soup Mix. Her flower seed introductions focus on providing nectar for butterflies and other pollinators – and as we know, this is an increasingly important responsibility that all gardeners share. They include Pollinator Flowers "Bee Keepers Mix", Butterfly Zinnias "Summer Pinwheels", Butterfly Flowers "Swallowtail Fennel" and Butterfly Coreopsis "Incredible.” Take a look at Renee's many tomato varieties too, as they can be sta... Mar 15, 2019
Sow There!: Kid kindness brings daffodil days to gray days - Chico Enterprise-Record
For this reason, never add daffies to a bouquet with other flowers.
Also, if your plants bloom but the flowers are less-than vibrant, add a low-nitrogen, high-potassium fertilizer to add some zip for next years' blooms.
Nov 28, 2018
Gardening: Enjoy your poinsettia through Christmas and beyond - Regina Leader-Post
If you decide to keep your poinsettia as a house plant, fertilize it once a month with a soluble fertilizer low in nitrogen and high in phosphorous.As the days become longer, the new bracts that emerge will be green in colour. To initiate coloured bracts for the next Christmas season, place it in a dark location for a minimum of 12 hours each day beginning in September. This 12-hour ‘dark period' must be completely uninterrupted by light. By early November, new coloured bracts will start appearing.Some people avoid purchasing poinsettias because they are said to be poisonous. While the plant sap can be irritating to people and pets, it is not poisonous. Studies have shown that a 20 kg dog or child would have to eat between 500 and 600 bracts or drink 2 kg of the sap before it would be toxic. The sap is very bitter so if a pet or child started to eat the plant, the bitter taste would turn them away from further consumption.Whether it is the traditional red poinsettia or one of the newer pink, peach or speckled types, with proper care you'll enjoy your poinsettia throughout the Christmas season and beyond.This column is provided courtesy of the Saskatchewan Perennial Society (SPS; firstname.lastname@example.org ). Check our website (www.saskperennial.ca) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/saskperennial) for a list of upcoming gardening events: Nov. 28, 7:30 p.m. at Emmanuel Anglican Church, corner of Dufferin Avenue and 12th Street, SPS Free Public Education event: Bernadette Vangool will present Gardening in Saskatoon.Related
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