The Garden Plot

Frost now behind us for good?Dogwood winter reaches its end

The Dogwood winter has come to an end and the month of April has almost reached its end. Most of the dogwood petals have fallen from the trees like an April shower. As they have fallen, the trees reveal tiny green leaves and the tiny center where the flowers were will become red berries in autumn. Now that dogwood winter is over, so is the heavy frost mostly over. We may have a few scattered frosts and a few more cold nights, so don’t plant any warm weather vegetable crops yet.Pumpkin Kisses Harvest Wishes Svg, Disney Fall Svg, Pumpkin Thanksgiving Svg, Disney Svg, Svg Png Dxf Eps AI Instant Download

Daphne’s do well as perennials in containers

We are glad that Daphne are perennials, not because their blooms are very beautiful, but so is their light green foliage. The variety named October Stonecrop produces rose pink flowers that enhance the grayish green foliage. They may need a layer container in a semi-sunny location away from direct sunlight for best blooms and foliage. It is beautiful in all seasons. You can purchase them at most nurseries and many garden shops and hardware’s. Transplant them to larger containers filled with fine textured potting medium as soon as you bring it home. Feed once a month with Flower-Tone organic flower food. Water once a week.Pumpkin Kisses Harvest Wishes Svg, Disney Fall Svg, Mickey Pumpkin Thanksgiving Svg, Disney Svg, Svg Png Dxf Eps AI Instant Download

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