Gardener’s checklist 1.26

1.26-2.1
• Prune your roses, leaving only the most vigorous and
healthiest canes. Check with a California Certified Nursery
Professional for advice.
1.26-2.1

• Prune your roses, leaving only the most vigorous and healthiest canes. Check with a California Certified Nursery Professional for advice.

• Spray peach and other fruit tree varieties for leaf curl now and again just before they bloom to prevent a severe fungus attack in the spring.

• Outdoor container plants can dry out even in the winter, especially hanging plants and other container plants protected by the eaves of your home.

• Make your first planting of gladiolus this month and follow up with additional plantings at 15 to 25 day intervals until July for color from spring to early fall.

• Early blooming shrubs to plant now are forsythia, acacia and flowering quince.

• Color your winter garden – plant violas, pansies, Iceland poppies, snapdragons and more!

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