DIVOur acclaimed Month-by-Month Gardening series gets a fresh update for gardeners located in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana./divDIV /divDIVFor years, do-it-yourself gardeners in the southern United States have brought their questions to athe Garden Mamaa herself, Nellie Neal, for her lifelong expertise in gardening through thick and thin. Now, her regional mastery of the South bolsters our Month-by-Month Gardening seriesaalready the definitive when-to and how-to resource for gardeners in regions across the countryawith all the knowledge the Alabama, Mississippi, or Louisiana gardener and home landscaper needs to be successful. Deep South Month-by-Month Gardening includes all the specifics on growing annual and perennial flowers, bulbs, grasses (both lawn and ornamental), edibles, roses, groundcovers, shrubs, trees, and vines throughout the yearaincluding a section on water gardens. From planting, watering, and fertilizing to routine maintenance and problem-solving, Deep South Month-by-Month Gardening educates gardeners of all skill levels on the best practices for satisfying, rewarding results. And best of all, youall be reaping the benefits all year round./divHoe, pull, or spray them, but get weeds under control now or they will compete with your plantsaand probably win. Thata#39;s a problem. ... finger before theya#39;re done. After you remove all you see, spray or dust the plants from top to bottom with a product labeled to control hornworms. Tomato hornworms pupate in the soil, and their presence is another good reason to rotate tomato plants. ... Watch outfor tomato hornworms, which can devastate all parts of tomato plants. ai Make room for ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Deep South Month-by-Month Gardening|
|Publisher||:||Cool Springs Press - 2014-04-15|