If you haven’t read our last blog post, the aptly named Reasons to Prune , we suggest doing so before reading this one. A large part of good pruning includes understanding the reason you are pruning. Coming back to the reason throughout the pruning process will help you keep on track. When you lose sight… Read more »
Why do we prune? What is pruning? What are the types of pruning? Some plants need to be pruned, thinned or trimmed back while others do just fine with no shaping, and can even look worse after pruning efforts. In this post, we want to share more about the reasons to prune and in our… Read more »
Learn how to control thisserious threat to our Crapemyrtles. The key is timing and using the correct products.
Why does it matter? Soil pH should matter to all of us because it matters to plants. Many plants, from trees to shrubs, from perennials to turfgrasses, have pH preferences so strong, they might as well be called requirements. Ignoring plant needs such as soil pH could result in plant decline, all the way up… Read more »
What does this severe freeze mean for your landscape? Keep reading! Plants that are winter hardy in our zone should be fine; they will show normal winter damage, especially on any tender new growth. This is normal. Luckily, it’s been cold enough recently we aren’t seeing a lot of new growth on plants yet. You… Read more »