April 17th, 2010
Wade Roitsch from Yucca Do Nursery selects cold-hardy agaves, aloes, and cacti.
John Dromgoole picks organic fertilizers and what each one contributes to plant health.
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Plant of the Week: Lantana
Tips of the Week
If you're still not seeing signs of life from dead plants, it may be time to replace them.
Continue planting perennials, herbs, and summer vegetables like tomatoes and peppers.
About now, you can start adding slow release fertilizer to your perennial beds. Top them off with mulch.
Continue weeding or mowing down weeds that are setting seeds. Tackling this now will save you lots of trouble in the future.
Fertilize citrus plants with a high nitrogen fertilizer.
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Question of the Week
Why didn't my mountain laurels bloom?
Wade Roitsch's Succulent List