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This Month In Your Garden

Early to Mid-January

  • Prune roses, fruit trees, berries, shade trees and grapes. Do not prune spring flowering shrubs or trees, fuchsias or other frost tender plants. If you're unsure of how to tackle these garden jobs or just need a "fresh-up", then plan to attend our
  • Annual Pruning Workshop with Shawna Anderson on Tuesday, January 13th from 10-12 for Fruit Trees, Thursday the 15th from 10- 12 for Roses or Saturday the 17th for Fruit Trees, Roses and more. Click on our "Events" page for more information.
  • Make your second application of dormant spray on the roses, and deciduous fruit trees.
  • Mulch helps keep soil temperature even and suppresses weed growth, so apply 1-2 inches evenly around shrubs and trees and in your perennial borders.
  • Don't forget, even if plants aren't actively growing, plants still need to be watered if there's been no rain.
  • Apply Iron to azaleas, citrus and gardenias to help keep them green this spring.

Late January

  • Summer-blooming bulbs arrive in our Garden Shop. Good time to pick out the best varieties of gladiolus, dahlias, Asiatic lilies, canna lilies, tuberous begonias and many more.


  • Watch for "pink bud" stage on peach and nectarines, apply the last dormant spray for best control of Peach-leaf Curl.

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