THINGS TO TO DO IN JUNE



Fertilize your roses with Bayer 3 in 1 systemic for roses.  For shrubs and trees use Formula 49. 
Add mulch to reduce watering.
It's not to late to use Tree and Shrub systemic to keep your trees and shrubs healthy.
Keep adding a pre-emergence around your plants to help prevent weeds from popping up.
Apply weed and feed to your lawn, a lawn fungicide, grub control, broad leaf and bermuda control if needed.  Be sure the blades are sharp on your lawn mover to make a clean cut.  Mowing at a higher setting saves water and promotes good lawn health.
If you see scale and aphids on your plants you can use Master Nursery Pest Fighter on them.  Also start looking for fungis and powdery mildew and use a fungicide on your plants.

Time to use snail and slug bait.  Yellow jacket traps are a good idea this time of year.




THINGS TO TO DO IN AUGUST


Start deadheading and trimming your flowering plants. Your plants can be cut back 2" to 6". This will help plants re-bloom in the near future.
If you think you need to fertilize your plants or lawn use a liquid fertilizer(0-3-1), formula 49 (8-4-4) or EB Stone Ultra Bloom (0-10-10). These are gentle enough to use in the heat that we are having at this time of the year.  Make sure you water before and after you use fertilizer.
NEVER FERTILIZE A DRY PLANT!!!
Watch your gardens for aphids, spider mites, bug worms and fungus.
Use 3-in-1 Insect disease and mite control or Monterrey Garden Insect spray
With this heat it's a good time to add mulch around your plants. This will help hold the moisture. 





            THINGS TO DO IN MARCH


Fertilize your roses with Bayer 3 in 1 systemic for roses.  Use formula 49 for shrubs and trees. Your Camellias, Azaleas and Hydrangeas need to have Master Nurseryman's Camellia and Azalea fertilizer (4-8-5) applied this month.  It's time to use tree and shrub systemic to keep your trees and shrubs healthy.  Keep adding pre-emergent around your plants to help prevent weeds from popping up.  There is still time to add paydirt or compost to your garden area before you start putting your vegetables in the ground.  If you see scale or aphids on your plants you can use neem oil on them. 





THINGS TO TO DO IN NOVEMBER


The little bugs are still around so make sure to look for them on your plants and spray as needed.  Once the leaves have fallen off if you see bugs on the branches you can also spray them.  You can use Neem Oil this time of year.
Add mulch around your frost tender plants to help protect them when it gets cold.  We also have frost cloth and Cloud Cover for those chilly nights.
Trim your roses, trees and plants to get ready for winter.
Use weed and feed on your lawn.
Use Master Nursery Citrus food on your citrus one last time this year.
Time to get your Liquid Cop to spray your fruit trees, their first application is around Thanksgiving, the next one at Christmas and the last one about Valentines Day..
Clean the leaves as they fall so they don't build up on your lawn and mildew it.









THINGS TO TO DO IN OCTOBER


Fertilize your plants with a liquid fertilizer (0-3-1), formula 49 (8-4-4) or EB Stone Ultra Bloom (0-10-10).  Make sure you water before and after you use fertilizer.

NEVER FERTILIZE A DRY PLANT!!!


Time to start trimming your plants
Time to use weed and feed on your lawns.


If you have aphids, spider mites or fungus in your garden, use 3-in-1 Insect disease and mite control or Monterey Garden Insect spray.







            THINGS TO DO IN FEBRUARY


Just a reminder your third application of dormant spray will be around February 14, 2017.
Trim your hydrangeas, all of your trees,  fruit trees, grasses and your roses.
Fertilize your roses with Bayer 3 in 1 for roses and use Formula 49 on shrubs and trees.
You can add a pre-emergence around your plants to help prevent weeds from popping up.
We have frost cloth and Cloud Cover to spray on your frost tender plants for those freezing nights that we might still have.
Time to mix Master Nurseryman's PayDirt
into your vegetable garden beds so your beds will be ready for planting in spring.



              THINGS TO DO IN APRIL


Fertilize your roses with Bayer 3 in 1 systemic for roses.  Use Formula 49 for  shrubs and trees.
Your Azaleas and Hydrangeas need to have Master Nursery Camellia and Azalea fertilizer

(4-8-5) applied this month.
Camellias need to be trimmed back and fertilized with Master Nursery Camellia and Azalea food,
It's not to late to use Tree and Shrub systemic to keep your trees and shrubs healthy.
Keep adding a pre-emergence around your plants to help prevent weeds from popping up.
Use weed and feed on your lawn.
If you see scale and aphids on your plants you can use Neem oil or Master Nursery Pest Fighter on them.  Also start looking for fungis and powdery mildew on your plants.


 


                 THINGS TO TO DO IN MAY


Fertilize your roses with Bayer 3 in 1 systemic for roses.  Use Formula 49 for shrubs and trees. 
Your Azaleas and Hydrangeas need to have Master Nursery Camellia and Azalea fertilizer (4-8-5) applied this month.
Add mulch to reduce watering.
It's not to late to use Tree and Shrub systemic to keep your trees and shrubs healthy.
Keep adding a pre-emergence around your plants to help prevent weeds from popping up.
Apply weed and feed on your lawn, a lawn fungicide if needed, grub control, broad leaf and bermuda control if needed.  Be sure the blades are sharp on your lawn mover to make a clean cut.  Mowing at a higher setting saves water and promotes good lawn health.
If you see scale and aphids on your plants you can use Master Nursery Pest Fighter on them.  Also start looking for fungus and powdery mildew and use a fungicide on your plants.

Time to use snail and slug bait.  Yellow jacket traps are a good idea this time of year.


                 THINGS TO TO DO IN JULY



Fertilize your roses with Bayer 3 in 1 systemic for roses.  For shrubs and trees use Formula 49. 
Add mulch to reduce watering.
It's not to late to use Tree and Shrub systemic to keep your trees and shrubs healthy.
Keep adding a pre-emergence around your plants to help prevent weeds from popping up.
Apply weed and feed to your lawn, a lawn fungicide, grub control, broad leaf and bermuda control if needed.  Be sure the blades are sharp on your lawn mover to make a clean cut.  Mowing at a higher setting saves water and promotes good lawn health.
If you see scale and aphids on your plants you can use Master Nursery Pest Fighter on them.  Also start looking for fungis and powdery mildew and use a fungicide on your plants.

Time to use snail and slug bait.  Yellow jacket traps are a good idea this time of year.





THINGS TO TO DO IN SEPTEMBER


Fertilize your plants with a liquid fertilizer (0-3-1), formula 49 (8-4-4) or EB Stone Ultra Bloom (0-10-10).  These are gentle enough to use in the heat that we are having at this time of the year.  Make sure you water before and after you use fertilizer.
NEVER FERTILIZE A DRY PLANT!!!
Watch your gardens for spider mites, bud worms and fungus.
Use 3-in-1 Insect disease and mite control or Monterey Garden Insect spray.