Jul 30, 2018
Our monthly feature shows are really meant to help you keep your
garden as low maintenance as possible.
Our August in the Garden episode continues to provide that
knowledge for you.
Some of the highlights:
- Importance of deadheading summer annuals and perennials
- In some case, a good pruning will rejuvenate a tired large
perennial or shrub for a second flush of growth for the season
- Key Point: don't give up on your plants: pruning and
fertilizing can help a lot
- Time to plan Spring bulbs but not to
plant them yet: and take advantage in August to
purchase unusual varieties before they sell out.
- Dormant lawns just need water to get them going again.
Temperatures are currently too high for grass seed or fertilizer.
Cooler weather in August should revive most lawns.
- We also discuss some tips for your vegetable gardens as well as
some suggested veggies that you can plant now for a fall
- We also enjoying featuring Stars in the garden each month. A
few of the ones for your August Garden we mentioned are perennials:
Rudbeckia, Anemone, Penstemon and Perennial Hibiscus. Shrubs:
Hydrangea, Rose of Sharon and Butterfly Bush. Tune in for the
full list and descriptions.
Enjoy and best of luck in your August Garden