November 5th, 2011
Justin Kasulka from Big Red Sun selects plants that tolerate freeze and drought. On tour, visit a down-sized garden in Mueller. Daphne answers: should we fertilize our lawns with "Winterizer?" Her featured plant is drought tough gopher plant. Trisha illustrates common mistakes that kill trees.
Tips of the Week
It's time to divide and replant any summer blooming perennials, if you haven't yet, before those above ground portions completely die back, and you no longer remember where they are in your garden.
Plant wildflower seeds.
Continue planting cool weather crops like broccoli, lettuce, spinach, greens, radish, carrots.
Mulch new plants you've planted this fall, especially if they go dormant in winter.
Plant trees and shrubs.
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Question of the Week
Should we use a "winterizer" fertilizer on our lawns?
Small lot garden design by Joe & Betsy
Justin Kasulka`s Plant List
Tree Planting Mistakes, How not to Kill Your Trees