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PICK THE PERFECT PLANT - MORE LATE SEASON COLOR

There are early fall colors starting to show. Black walnuts are shedding leaves and dropping fruit. Cooler nights are bringing the first color to Poison Ivy and Virginia Creeper. Just as we think the growing season is winding down, there are still shrubs coming into full bloom offering a late snack to pollinators and a last hoorah for the garden.Caryopteris X clandonensis, Bluebeard, is a smaller shrub that is just gaining popularity in American gardens. This shrub will grow to about 3 feet and provide masses of blue wispy flowers in late September and into fall. It is an attractant for butterflies and other pollinators. The foliage is aromatic when when bruised and makes a great addition along a path. It is considered hardy well into zone 5 but, like Buddleja, the woody stems can die back in the winter, particularly in colder climates and on heavy soils. In colder areas or tougher winters, it can be cut to the ground and will produce up to 3 feet of growth and flowers on current…See More
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Bringing Houseplants Back Indoors

Hello Mark and Garden Talk Blogers, don't let this warm weather fool you, cool weather will soon arrive, and many of the tropical plants you have outdoors will need to rejoin the family inside. Now is the time to start preparing them for this transition. I will be out of town this weekend, but Knollwood's houseplant manager Barb K will be speaking to Mark this Saturday upon this topic.Caring For Houseplants:Houseplants are a wonderful addition to your home. Besides their decorative beauty, they can significantly contribute to cleaner air in your home and tide you over until spring comes again to our Midwest gardens.There are several things to consider when selecting houseplants, and when re-introducing plants kept outside for the warmer months back indoors.Most houseplants can handle the transition from indoors to outdoors and back, and many will benefit from it. More exotic species such as African Violets and Orchids may do best in one happy spot indoors.Don't bother bringing in…See More
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With the Fall Season comes…Summer Temperatures?

Like many of you, we here at Green Velvet were excited to say “So Long, Summer – Hello, Fall” this week as the official end to Summer came and went on September 21st. The one thing Fall has not brought with it so far are the Fall-like temperatures we love most! We are experiencing above average daytime temperatures for this time of year, which are breeding a number of problems on turf – including grey leaf spot, brown patch and dollar spot. But wait! If you’re seeing brown patches in your yard, don’t be so quick to point your finger at turf disease – do the tried and true “Tug Test” for grubs. If the grass blades are easily separated from the roots when you tug, go one step further by looking beneath at the soil layer. See 6-8 grubs per square foot? You’ve got grubs! This is the time for “rescue” grub treatments to be applied to lawns, while grubs are still feeding. It’s important to get your granular treatments watered in immediately after, to get the product down to the soil profile…See More
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