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Katia Goffin Gardens
North Arlington Residence
annabelle hyd - need spires - sparks variety or bressingham spire aconite's deep purple dahlias hill crest royal/asters/underplant with spring bulbs
vaulted roof, posts and black ball asters
What do you like about this photo? I like this a lot if hubby wants paint to balance the finish/open beams/could easily work into a ground level concept
Finished porch gable roof
Great Lakes June
Pay close attention to blooms and foliage for the first signs of disease and treat affected plants promptly. Pinch mums (Chrysanthemum spp) and tall asters (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae and laeve) to stagger bloom time and to shape, leaving the tallest stems in the center and back.
rolled-up newspaper sealed at one end under the affected plants at night. In the morning dump out the earwigs hiding within into a bucket of soapy 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
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Tomatoes in raised bed
last-minute summer color. Look for annuals and perennials already blooming in 4-inch and larger pots. These reliably have a long bloom season 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
What Else to Do in August in Your California Garden Help summer flowers and 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
Hemercallis Woodside Amethyst July border
season of Clematis blooms this fall, deadhead them and fertilize Type II hybrids (early-blooming, large-flowered cultivars) 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
Donald Pell - Gardens
Irregular stone path extends from the "finished" asphalt/concrete. Changes the mood, transitions from "parking" to "wandering on foot".