Fertilize Your Ornamentals in the Late Fall For A Great Spring

trees in late fall

October 10, 2021 | By: Gary Snyder

Trees and shrubs growing in their natural habitats rarely display symptoms of nutrient deficiency. This is not only due to the natural recycling that occurs in nature but also the fact that plants in the wild typically grow only where they are adapted to, or they have a competitive advantage.  Enter the human. The landscape… ( read more )

Dealing with Snow Mold

pink snow mold

October 8, 2021 | By: Amy Dearinger

A winter with less worry? After the last two growing seasons, that slogan has more appeal to it than it has in the past, am I right? That being said, let’s talk about dealing with Snow Mold. Admittedly, living in the deep south the last three years, that is one turf disease I hadn’t thought… ( read more )