Contrary to popular belief, the absolute best time to plant is in the fall. Although most people tend to think of spring as the primary time for planting, fall provides the perfect combination of factors to ensure the success of your new plants when springtime arrives. As air temperatures begin to drop during the fall … more »
With Summer in full swing, the landscape weed presence is increasing. Now is the time to control your weeds, which can help prevent future weeds from sprouting. During mid to late summer, weeds begin to set seed and store energy for winter months.
So, you went ahead and picked out your fall chrysanthemums, better known as mums. The experts at Wasson Nursery wanted to share some helpful ways to keep these colorful annuals in great shape for as long as possible.
Cooler fall days bring pumpkins and mums, and, for most people, it also means tidying up your garden and cutting back all the beautiful flowers. For a small yet ever-growing group of gardeners, it is the time to think about spring flowers!
As summer comes to an end and fall takes over, there’s a good chance your annual planters are starting to look a little tired. Whether your planters are root bound, over grown, or suffering from lack of nutrients, Fall creates a great excuse to freshen up your planters.