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August in the Garden - 2013
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Why is my lawn brown?

Why is My Lawn Brown?

You water well, but still your lawn looks like it's slowly dying day after day. There are numerous issues that plague our lawns. During times of high heat, as in summer, fescue lawns tend to brown very easily. If they are being watered sufficiently during these times and fertilized correctly, they shouldn't look too bad, should they?
Seeds to plant in August

Seeds to Plant in August

Plant now, transplant later.

Gardeners who want to get a jump start on winter flowers and veggies should start purchasing seeds and sow them soon. It can be so hot this time of year, why not get a jump start on growing varieties that are not readily available as a transplant. Stay cool and plant them in pods indoors if you like. They'll be ready to plant in the ground before you know it!
Summer Rose Care

Summer Rose Care

Spring has long sense passed and the summer heat is on! Your roses are past their first bloom but that doesn't mean they're done. Summer is a great time of year for roses to be in their prime.

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PLANTING YOUR VEGGIES

for Fall/Winter Production

Join Grangetto's and speaker Roy Wilburn, aka Farmer Roy, for an informative workshop this October! Get tips on soil preparation, pest control and fertilization for cool season crops. Learn proven varieties, their planting times and how to plant them. Broccoli, cauliflower, kale, lettuce and cabbages should be in everyone’s fall/winter gardens.

October 5th, 12th or the 26th!

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