Plant of the Month Our plant of the month is the Daffodil. Daffodils are a beautiful yellow flower that shows us spring has sprung. Daffodils are one of the first flowers to bloom as the season changes. They are best planted in full sun on the east or south side of a structure. They can […]
As we enter into the driest, hottest part of the year in this region, we get lots of questions about drought. We’ve had a number of drier years, so folks want to know how to give their trees the best chance.
There’s something about the instant gratification and impact of moving a large established tree that makes the idea very appealing. It’s understandable that after a long winter, local residents want to get going and get growing at the first sign of spring! We get many calls about moving trees early in the season every year.
Here are our must-do strategies for Fall: Stop, then resume watering. To prepare trees for winter, you should stop watering in early fall. Once all the leaves are down, you can resume watering weekly to ensure good soil moisture. Keep it up until the ground freezes…