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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
burned asters to ward off serpents (it was thought to make them take flight). The mythology continues today, as some believe that burning aster leaves will keep snakes away. See more guides to great design plants
finish work...Growing Asters
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water.Finish planting perennials before the heat of summer kicks in. If it gets too hot and dry, move purchased plants to a larger container in partial shade to be planted in fall.Deadheading spent blooms can extend the blooming time of many flowers and provide for a more attractive display. Pay close
and tall asters (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae and laeve) to stagger bloom time and to shape, leaving the tallest stems in the center and back.
Tomatoes in raised bed
vegetable finish strong. Keep blooms coming by pinching off faded flowers of annuals such as marigolds and zinnias. Pick squash and beans before they get overly large. Never let the soil dry out. Fertilize monthly or every two weeks with a complete flower or vegetable food. Stake top-heavy tomato plants
ahead: asters, marigolds, petunias, zinnias and other heat lovers. Pamper roses. To keep blooms coming well into fall, cut off faded flowers; fertilize and water your roses deeply after each bloom cycle. Pay special attention to container plants. They seem to dry out instantly as this time of year. Check
Seattle Area Architect & Designer
Spore Architecture is a design firm based in Seattle with offices in the heart of historic Pike Place Market. Spore fosters collaborative relationships and enjoys a hands-on approach toward design.
Donald Pell - Gardens
from the "finished" asphalt/concrete. Changes the mood, transitions from "parking" to "wandering on foot".
Hemercallis Woodside Amethyst July border
after they finish blooming. Stop pinching asters (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae, S. novi-belgii and S. laeve) and Chrysanthemums around the Fourth of July. Pinching ensures a better-shaped plant with a longer blooming period, but if extended too late in the season, the plants may not start blooming before