Take Advantage of the Cooler Weather and Grow a Fall Garden With Advice from our friends at Bonnie Plants

Posted by on Oct 20, 2017 in MAYO GARDEN CENTERS TIPS |

Take Advantage of the Cooler Weather and Grow a Fall Garden In warmer parts of the country, broccoli, kale, collards, spinach, lettuce, Swiss chard, and a number of wonderful herbs (like rosemary and cilantro) grow just as well in fall as they do in spring. Besides keeping fresh produce on the table beyond the summer months, there are other benefits to gardening in the fall: fewer insects and diseases to battle, less watering to be done, and less sweat to contend with. What types of plants do you want to grow? Plant These Herbs in Fall Set out an assortment of cool weather-loving herbs and you’ll be rewarded with fresh flavors for your fall meals. These Vegetables Take a Chill Some vegetables prefer a little nip in the air, and even taste better after a frost. Find out which ones. How to Make Fall Gardens a Success Take advantage of cooler weather to grow a spring garden in the...

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Fertilization for Lawns

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017 in MAYO GARDEN CENTERS TIPS |

Fertilization for Lawns VPG, Inc. produces an array of products specifically designed to promote a deep-green, healthy, lush lawn. The reason we have several products to choose from is because of the vast differences between geographical areas and the requirements for each type of turf grass. While each product will do a great job on its own, we recommend a combination of products used throughout the year to get the absolute best from your lawn. Your local VPG Dealer can help you identify your type of grass and then customize a multi-step lawn care program specifically designed for your location. Or check out our Lawn Care Made Easy Programs. These multi-step programs can combine fertilization along with weed control, disease control and insect control to meet the requirements for a healthy lawn throughout the year. Most common warm-season grasses: Bermuda, St. Augustine, Centipede, Zoysia and Buffalograss. Most common cool-season grasses: Fescue, Bluegrass, Ryegrass Not all products are for use in all types of turf. Always read and follow label directions. Related Products Lawn Food Plus Iron 24-0-4 (20...

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