What to do Now!

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what to do now

Divide and conquer; it’s time to tackle crowded iris beds. Late July – early August tells us it’s time to tackle this chore. Learn more.

Leaves of three… Poison ivy is making its appearance known – everywhere! Feeling itchy? We have solutions to PI problems.

Fertilize flowering annuals to keep them in bloom mode! Jack’s Blossom Booster is just what the doctor ordered.

Houseplants need repotting? Summer is a great time to tackle any needed repotting! Don’t want to get dirty? We don’t mind! Ask us about our fee-based potting service.

Insect, disease, and cultural problems are appearing in home veggie and flower gardens, and landscapes. Be sure of the diagnosis before a remedy is selected; a pesticide is not always needed. Not sure what the problem is? Bring a sample to our diagnostic desk for solutions to your gardening woes.

We have water restrictions in Nassau County! Water your lawn; follow the law. Nassau County residents – there’s an ordinance (it’s been on the books for years) that governs when we can water our lawns, trees, shrubs and gardens. In a nutshell – no watering is allowed between 10am to 4pm. Even numbered properties and properties without a number may water on even dates; residents with odd numbers may water on odd dates. And just because it may be your day to water, doesn’t mean that your plants need water! Check first. Water responsibly.

What’s going on in the July garden?