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FAREWELL TO SUMMER

Another summer draws to a close. September is nearly here, kids are back in school, and Labor Day is just around the corner. There are some garden activities that roll around with the same schedule.Continue to water and care for any containerized plants. Grooming is very important, deadheading will help continue flower production into fall. Take cuttings from any prized annuals, like geraniums, before they harden off. Inspect any house plants for insect and disease problems. It is easier to get control started now rather than the afternoon of the first forecast frost when there is a mad dash to bring everything inside.Seasonally blooming plants need to begin scheduled environmental cycles to bloom on cue. Poinsettias, cacti, and other succulents should begin their daily routines of uninterrupted darkness each day. That dos not mean isolation in a dark closet until Thanksgiving with an expectation they will be in full bloom or even alive. The period of dark treatment is different for…See More
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Its August 29,2015 and fall has begun! Does your trees look bad. do they have discolored leaves, do they have stunted growth and maybe dead branches? Well, if they any of these symptoms your tree is telling you its in troubleSee More
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Did you or someone you know miss out on Monet by Moonlight this year? We are excited to announce that we will be holding an encore tomorrow, August 29th, from 8:30 to 11:00 pm! This is your last chance to catch the splendor of our night blooming water lilies while listening to live music by Mackensie Prosser and enjoying refreshments. Hope to see you there!See More
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Good morning Garden Talk Bloggers and Mr. Mark, this is John at Knollwood Garden Center and I am very excited about this weeks shipment of veggies, particularly greens. Last year we started investigating some of the really cool fall greens besides the common lettuce and found some additions that are great for a mixed greens salad but also offer fantastic ornamental value to the garden and fall containers. Some of these lettuce's, chard's and mustard greens are so pretty it may be a hard choice to harvest and enjoy on the table or to keep growing and enjoy in our fall containers. The first is Swiss Chard which is excellent in salads, soups, stews or steamed. High in antioxidants, calcium and iron. I have always enjoyed Swiss chard for it's slightly salty taste but also for its bright colorful stems and large leaves. The two currently in stock are Peppermint and Bright Lights. When it comes to lettuce we have grown Mesculin mix and Buttercrunch for years to add to the common Iceburg…See More
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Norway Maple leaf damage

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Mega Wasps Drilling Trees

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Gray Leaf Spot in Ohio

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FAREWELL TO SUMMER

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Big Wasps Cruising Over Turfgrass

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Buckeyes Blasted by Blight

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American Goldfinches

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Better tasting Tomatoes

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Freezing Vegetables

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Rust On Turfgrass

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Summer Decline of Rough Bluegrass

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Late Blight on Tomatoes

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Carnivorous Plants

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