May

  • Your indoor plants want food. Feed with Maxsea Acid Formula on Tappin Roots All Stages.
  • Plant annuals like Petunias, marigolds, Begonias, Lobelia, Salvia and Zinnia.
  • Re-seed radishes, carrots and beets.
  • Plant late summer edibles like pumpkins, squash, sunflowers, peppers, basil and melons. Time to plant Brussel’s sprouts for fall harvest.
    Select garden-ready Dahlias, perennials, Hydrangeas, and hanging baskets.
  • Fertilize Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Camellias with E.B. Stone Organics Azalea, Camellia & Gardenia Food.
  • Give vegetables a boost with E.B. Stone Organics Tomato and Vegetable Food.
  • Feed containers and hanging baskets with Maxsea All Purpose or Bloom formula fertilizers.
  • Prune spring-flowering shrubs after bloom is past. Prune spring flowering Clematis to control size and shape.
  • Mulch vegetable and flower beds with Sloat Forest Mulch Plus to control weeds and conserve moisture.
  • Freshen up containers and replace spent annuals with colorful 4-inch perennials such as Verbena, Calibrachoa, Coleus, Bacopa and Ipomoea.
  • Plant new containers with Sloat Organic Potting Soil to provide the best moisture holding capacity.
  • Don’t forget mom on Mother’s Day! We have blooming flowers, gift cards, and hanging baskets.
  • Check out our selection of specialty hand tools, gloves and sun protective hats.
  • Release ladybugs and other beneficial insects to help control aphids, mites, whiteflies, and other garden pests.
  • Stake tall perennials such as Dahlias and Gladiola.
  • Use beneficial nematodes to manage grubs in your lawn.
  • Deadhead spring bulbs but leave the foliage until it turns yellow.
  • Check your hose fittings for spent washers and leaks. Ensure your hose has a shut off valve or other water conserving feature. Consider a soaker hose to conserve water in your vegetable garden.

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