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  It's almost time again for our annual FALL FESTIVAL!  Save the date - Saturday, September 20th - family fun in a carnival atmosphere! 

BROCHURE

  • Live DJ
  • Hayrides
  • Josh the Juggler
  • Outback Ray - Back for 2014!
  • Temporary Tattoos
  • Samples in the Owl Barn Market featuring fresh fruits, veggies, dip mixes, chips, dressings & more
  • Pat Catans Craft Tent
  • Bouncy House
  • Plant a Flowering Jack-o-Lantern Pot
  • Samurai Balloon Guy
  • Sassy Dog & Premier Crepes
  • Food Demonstrations, Recipes & Samples
  • Make-and-Take Your Own Caramel Apple

Lower ticket prices including all-day wristband and family packs available this year!

 
  SEP 2 - Watch lawns for grub damage by sample diggings
SEP 8
- Divide and re-plant Hostas and Daylilies if not done
SEP 9
- Apply Dylox for grub control if grubs appear.  Be sure to water in well.
SEP 10
- Apply winter fertilizer to lawn that is high in potassium
SEP 12
- Plant trees and shrubs for maximum root growth
SEP 14
- Plant garden mums or Igloo mums
SEP 15
- Thatch lawn if necessary and over-seed immediately afterwards
SEP 16
- Seed a new lawn or over-seed an existing lawn
SEP 17
- Plant green manure crops to improve tilth of garden soil
SEP 18
- Time to plant Colchicums
SEP 19
- Treat lawn for rust if occurs
SEP 20 -
Dayton's Fall Festival
SEP 24
- Harvest winter potato crop for storage
SEP 26
- Start feeding houseplants with low ammonium fertilizer

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  A weekly blog from Tom Dayton....
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September 12, 2014
The unusually cool temperatures have ushered in hints of the fall season somewhat early although plenty of good weather lies ahead for whatever activity comes to mind; that is, canoeing, hiking, bird watching, and of course planting. 

At the nursery, the last planting of the season of trees, shrubs and perennials will go on until September’s end finishing up with peonies of the garden variety and the new Itoh types. Fall planting is ideal for a variety of plants as temperature conditions are ideal for root growth.  The third wave of chrysanthemums are coming into bloom although some will not be in peak bloom until the first week of October. In its breeding program, the Aris company, formerly Yoder Brothers, bred mums that they termed “season extenders” that would give a splash of color in early November to coincide with All Saints Day. While these “season extenders” come into bloom to provide splashes of color after the leaf drop of fall, they are not popular in the northern part of the country although they are more accepted in the southern states with the warmer fall temperatures.  Read entire blog entry...
 

 
  Stop flipping through garden and plant books!  Use our always updated plant encyclopedia to easily find plant names, descriptions, flower color, bloom time, pruning information, fertilizing information, insect & disease control, and much more!  All plants listed are only those you can find at our nursery, assuring you healthy, zone 5 hardy plants.

Check out the lists:
Perennials
Trees & Shrubs
Ground Covers
Annuals
Vines
Roses
Ferns
Ornamental Grasses
Plants lists by Common or Latin Name

 

 
  Looking for information on what fertilizers to pick, how to fertilize your lawn or what soil supplements to add?  Check out these new links:

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Disease Control
Weed Killers & Lawn Weed Killers
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