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Fall Fertilizing Plants, Trees & Shrubs

Fall Fertilizing Plants, Trees & Shrubs

Fertilizing twice a year is the preferable practice rather than fertilizing every two to three years. The best time to fertilize is fall, generally in September or October. The next best time would be before growth begins in early spring, usually between March and early May. In this video, Conrad Decker will discuss the best way to fertilize during the fall months, as well as discussing the different types of fertilizers from Espoma.

Fall Lawn Renovation

Caring for your lawn is a great feeling. You've worked toward this moment, and now the grass under your feet is in your hands. By learning how to care for your lawn, you can see your plans for lush, thick turf and backyard entertaining come true. Bel...

Plant It All In The Fall

One of the more common questions we get at this time of year is “Can we plant now?” “Isn’t it too late?” The perception seems to be that all planting has to occur in spring. This is why we’re prefacing our Fall Promotions with “Plant It All in the Fa...

What To Do In The Fall Garden

Are you wondering what to do in your Fall garden? Here are a couple timely tips for you from Decker's Nursery

The Importance of Feeding Birds in Fall & Winter

As Autumn is in full swing and winter is on its way we shouldn’t forget our feathered friends. There are several reasons why bird lovers should still be feeding their backyard flock throughout the fall and winter months.

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