Spring dry spells can be deceptive. Don’t neglect watering all plants, especially newly planted trees, shrubs and perennials.
Fertilize Rhododendrons after they have bloomed with granular Rhodo and Azalea Food to promote good health and next years flowers.
Plant vegetables like tomatoes, cucumber, beans, squash, pumpkins, and corn.
It’s not too late to plant Dahlia tubers and Gladiolus for late summer blooms.
The May long weekend is the traditional time to get your annuals planted in pots, hanging baskets and garden beds.
Don’t forget Mother’s Day. Treat your mom to a beautiful hanging basket.
Water Lilies, pond plants and floaters arrive in the store by mid-May. Re-stock your pond or start a patio water garden.