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  A weekly blog from Tom Dayton....
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January 30, 2015
One week from this coming Saturday will be our first winter program concerning the pollinators relationship within the natural world and ultimately us. The program is presented by Judy Semroc and as always will begin in the Owl Barn at 11 a.m. with refreshments served. Then on  February14th, I will present a detailed program on hydrangeas in which the genus is changing every year with the addition of more and more interesting varieties to embellish our gardens. No doubt the Hydrangea genus can be quite complicated but Iím hoping the seminar will reduce this genus to a manageable size so that all the gardeners have to do is fill out a checklist as it has to do with color, size, re-blooming and sun or shade needs of the plantís attributes.

 

In the greenhouse,18,000 plus cuttings have just finished rooting followed by another shipment containing New Guinea impatiens. Next week too will be the shipment of young hydrangeas from Michigan to be used for forcing which is a term denotes the heating of the plants to push them ahead of their bloom schedule in order that they might be ready for sale for such holidays as Easter or Motherís Day.   Read entire blog entry...
 

 
  JAN 16 - Check trees & shrubs for rabbit or deer damage. Apply tree guards
                 and/or Liquid Fence when above freezing necessary
JAN 18 -
Apply cow manure or Sweet Peet to garden when soil is frozen
JAN 21 -
Plan your vegetable or flower garden for this spring
JAN 26 -
Reapply Wilt-Pruf or Freeze-Pruf to broadleaf evergreens during a
                January thaw
FEB 7 - SEMINAR:
A Common Bond: The Fascinating World of Insect &
              Plant Interactions - 11:00 am
FEB 13 -
Last day to plant any unplanted spring flowering bulbs
FEB 14-
 SEMINAR: A New Look to Old-Fashioned Hydrangeas
FEB 14 -
Average temperatures begin to rise
FEB 15 -
Check trees & shrubs for rabbit or deer damage.  Use Liquid Fence.
FEB 17 -
Re-spray broadleaf evergreens with Wilt-Pruf during a thaw
FEB 21 -
SEMINAR: 52 Weeks of Bloom & Color - It Can Be Done

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