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Things to do in January

Things to do in January Time to start geraniums, petunias and impatiens indoors from seed. Dormant spraying can be done when temperature is above 40°F. It should be done before new growth shows. Begin bringing in bulbs that were potted last fall such as tulips, hyacinths and narcissi. Start them in a 60°-65°F temperature. Make sure roots are well developed. Pruning deciduous shrubs, fruit trees, flowering shrubs, and grapes is timely. Leave roses until later in spring. Please follow and like us:

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Things to do in February

Things to do in February Spray for peach leaf curl. Prune fruit trees. Plant trees as soon as soil can be worked. Seeds of hardy annuals, such as garden peas and sweet peas, should be sown outdoors. Indoors, seeds of perennials or tender annuals should be started and later planted outdoors. Gloxinia or tuberous begonias should be started indoors for later use (inside or outside) after the danger of frost is over. Please follow and like us:

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Things to do in March

Things to do in March When the weather permits: Apply crabgrass control just as the forsythia begin to bloom. Apply pre-emergent weed control and soil sterilizers. Dormant spray fruit and nut trees before the buds show color. Start indoors tomato, pepper, geranium seeds. Start cold crops (broccoli, cabbage, kale, etc.) indoors. Plant lettuce, radish, pea seeds in outdoors when soil is workable. Plan garden areas and landscaping. Please follow and like us:

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