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  A weekly blog from Tom Dayton....
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July 2, 2015

Seems as though the “faucet” of torrential downpours is done for awhile but one inch of rain per week would be nice instead of a long, hot dry spell. Many garden plants, trees and other landscape plants are suffering from too much water especially if the soil drainage is questionable. Then if a hot dry spell ensues, the damage will show up as wilted plants or even dead ones from the damaged root system. For sure algae blooms in creeks, streams and Lake Erie will proliferate due  to thehigh amount of runoff from the fields, septic systems, leach fields and lawns. Get ready for lots of foliar disease on plants and possible problems on lawn grasses due to the constantly wet foliage and high humidity. At the nursery the watch word for “bugs” is spider mites and then wouldn’t you know it that I found some on butterfly bush in the back stock area. Powdery mildew so far has not been a problem due to prevention spraying for mildew with a product like armicarb that is the  same product that can be sold over the shelf called Bicarb.  Read entire blog entry...

 
  JULY 1  - Plant last batch of beans, sweet corn, squash & cucumbers
JULY 2  -
Trim back half of new growth on Spruce to shape
JULY 4  -
Trim shrub roses after first bloom in June & fertilize. 
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JULY 6  -
Be sure to water newly planted shrubs deeply during drought conditions
JULY 7  -
Protect blueberries from birds when they begin to turn blue
JULY 8  -
Apply Grub Control to prevent grubs
JULY 10  -
Cut back mums now to increase branching
JULY 11  -
BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL!
JULY 12  -
Start harvesting Jersey, Bluecrop & Berkley blueberries
JULY 13  -
Spray tall Phlox with Bi-Carb to prevent mildew
JULY 14  -
Take semi-hardwood cuttings of shrubs
JULY 15  -
Trim back half of new growth on Pine to shape
JULY 19  -
Divide and re-plant German Iris

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  Stop flipping through garden and plant books!  Use our always updated plant encyclopedia to easily find plant names, descriptions, flower color, bloom time, pruning information, fertilizing information, insect & disease control, and much more!  All plants listed are only those you can find at our nursery, assuring you healthy, zone 5 hardy plants.
 
               
 
               

 

 

 

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