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Gardeners To Do List For February

Prune all standard roses, except climbing varieties, by about 50% by mid February.
If you prune high you will get more flowers earlier, if you prune low you will get fewer bigger, flowers later.

1-Prune to remove weak and crisscrossing canes
Removing growth an inch below a canker
Removal of damaged, dead, or broken canes back to healthy growth
Removing sucker growth as close as possible to main root.

2-Prune to an outside bud." The basic technique for most pruning is to cut 1/4 inch above the nearest outward-facing bud with the cut at a 45-degree angle (the higher point above the bud).

3-When pruning is completed remove any old foliage left on the canes and clean ground area very well..

4-The final product of your pruning should be a rose bush about 18 to 24 inches tall with 4 to 8 canes. Add some fertilizer and regular pest spraying, and that pitiful looking rose bush will soon give you a shower of flowers.
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Gardeners To Do List For April
Pruning
Prune spring blooming shrubs and vines after they finish flowering.
Allow foliage on spring bulbs to die back and dry before removing, so it can store food for next year
Shade trees may be pruned. However, do not prune live oaks and red oaks between Feb. 15 and June 30
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Hollow out loaf of stale bread, poke in a pencil for roost and the birds will love it.
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Planting
Plant ground covers and warm season annuals and perennials as soil temperatures warm and the danger of frost has passed, such as cannas and gladiola corms. It’s best to wait until next month to plant hot weather annuals such as caladiums, elephant ears, periwinkles, and zinnias.
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Check out a few of our guys flexing their hard earned Baldi Garden's Muscles!
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What do you do when it's raining too hard to work outside?... we go bowling!!!
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Gardeners To Do List For February

Plant Care
Apply horticultural oil to fruit and pecan trees, and to scale-prone shrubs such as euonymus and hollies, when temperature is 45-65 for two weeks (mid-February). Check the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service website bookstore for a pamphlet on the Homeowner’s Fruit and Nut Spray Schedule.
Fertilize cool season grasses such as fescue and ryegrass with a slow release fertilizer.
Apply pre-emergent herbicides to established lawns to control warm season broadleaf and grassy weeds, such as dandelions and crabgrass no later than early March.
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Arlington, TX 76015
USTexasArlington
(817) 860-0905baldigardens.com
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2 months 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!