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Gardeners To Do List For December
Pruning
Prune evergreen trees such as magnolias, live oaks, and wax myrtles to minimize possible ice damage if needed.
Re-shape evergreen shrubs if needed.
Do major re-shaping of shade trees, if needed, during the winter dormancy.
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Replenish finished compost and mulch in planting beds, preferably before the first freeze.Mulching is one of the best lines of defense for perennial plants against chilling temperatures. Mulching also can prevent the repeated freezing and thawing of soil that causes plants to "heave" out of the ground.
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Before Bringing Plants Inside for Winter:
1) Check your houseplants thoroughly for small insects like aphids, mealybugs and spider mites, and remove them before bringing plants back inside. Soaking the pot in a tub of lukewarm water for about 15 minutes will force insects out of the soil. Also check the bottom of pots for snails, earthworms, or other insects, Treating the plants with neem oil can help as well.
2) If necessary, repot plants into larger containers. If plants have gotten leggy during their outdoor stay, remove from the container, and prune the top and roots in equal proportions.
3) To prevent shock when you bring houseplants back indoors, expose plants gradually to reduced lighting. Usually, if they've been in bright light and you move them into much lower light, expect some leaves to fall off. However, new ones should form as the plants readapt to the lower light. It’s best if they've been outside in high light to put them in similar light indoors, like a south window or under plant lights on a timer for 16 hours a day.
4) Don't overwater! Let the soil surface get dry to the touch before watering again. If in doubt, don’t water. Water succulents less often, when the soil is dry for several days. Don’t water if quite cloudy or rainy weather, as plants won’t get sufficient light indoors to dry out.
5) Finally, give your plants a boost of fertilizer, according to the directions on the product label. Plants that have been repotted with soil containing fertilizer will not need to be fed again for two to three months, or according to label directions. Keep in mind that often plants grow more in winter indoors, receiving more light between snow reflection and leaves off of trees.
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A new review from an Angie's list client, on a 8 Hour deal we run recently:
Due to the recent rains, my original date was rescheduled about two hours before their expected arrival. Not a big deal. I had prepared a list of yard-work items I wanted completed. However, I knew that it was unlikely that 8 manhours of work would be time enough to accomplish all the work.
Three men arrived on Saturday morning. I walked them around the yard showing them the jobs. They were very industrious. I never was concerned for a minute that they were wasting time.
I was especially impressed with their thorough clean up. They tied up all the tree branches in small bundles for the trashmen. They even swept my front porch. I was very satisfied with their work. However, there's still a lot more to be done. So I will likely be going back to them in the very near future.
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Gardeners To Do List For January

JANUARY IS TIME TO MULCH, MOVE OR PLANT SHRUBS AND DREAM OF TOMATOES.

Continue to plant new shade trees, fruit trees, and evergreen shrubs. Mulch root areas.
Continue to transplant established trees and shrubs while they are dormant.
Sow seeds in flats or containers to get a jump on the season. Tomatoes, peppers and beans can be started.
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Gardeners To Do List For December
Planting
Continue to plant shade trees, fruit trees, and evergreen shrubs.
Relocate established and continue planting ‘balled & burlap’ trees and shrubs while they are dormant.
Plant pansies, flowering kale and cabbage, dianthus, cyclamen, violas and other cool season annuals.
Select holiday season plants such as poinsettias, cyclamens, amaryllis, and paper white narcissus.
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Gardeners To Do List For November
Average Date of First Freeze in Dallas County: November 21 - 30
Planting
Divide and replant perennials such as Iris and daylily.
Plant pansies, flowering kale and cabbage, dianthus, cyclamen, violas, and other cool season annuals. Plant daffodil and grape
hyacinth immediately after purchase.
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Gardeners To Do List For October
Plant Care
Mulch or gather leaves regularly as they drop, as a thick leaf layer on lawns can promote insects and diseases and delay winter dormancy. Add excess leaves to the compost pile or shred leaves and use as mulch in beds.
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Dan Lamers
a week ago
We have been using Baldi for several years now. The crew does a great job, if you want something special done, all you have to do is ask. Management is also great, they visit you several times a year just to be sure you are still happy or if there are any special needs or requests. Would whole-heartedly endorse!