PRUNING hydrangea bushes should be pruned in late fall or early winter or they will not perform well the next year, but it’s an easy winterizing task. Prune them after the last leaves have fallen off and prune the stems of healthy established plants down to 24-36” high which allows for new growth on the canes in the spring. Prune back the number of new stems in the spring if you want larger and less numerous blooms in summer.

PRUNING hydrangea bushes should be pruned in late fall or early winter or they will not perform well the next year, but it’s an easy winterizing task. Prune them after the last leaves have fallen off and prune the stems of healthy established plants down to 24-36” high which allows for new growth on the canes in the spring. Prune back the number of new stems in the spring if you want larger and less numerous blooms in summer.

13 Tips for Growing Better Tomatoes Use Epsom Salts to Prevent Yellowing of the Leaves and Extend the Growing Seasons Growing Tomatoes Tip #9

13 Tips for Growing Better Tomatoes Use Epsom Salts to Prevent Yellowing of the Leaves and Extend the Growing Seasons Growing Tomatoes Tip #9

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.

How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.

grow celery from the root end Dig a hole in the vegetable garden deep enough to completely cover the celery, and plant the celery in the hole with the freshly cut side up.

grow celery from the root end Dig a hole in the vegetable garden deep enough to completely cover the celery, and plant the celery in the hole with the freshly cut side up.

5 Creative Ways to Edge Your Landscape!

Garden Edging: 5 Ways to Edge Your Landscape with Recycled Materials

Daylilies & Hostas - love the simplicity & how lush it looks!  They are so easy to grow, and multiply every year.

Daylilies & Hostas - love the simplicity & how lush it looks! They are so easy to grow, and multiply every year.

Baking Soda Spray for Tomatoes. AND  Tomatoes need calcium to achieve their full flavour potential, and calcium is often greatly lacking in our soils. 95% of a dry eggshell is calcium carbonate. When planting your tomato plants crush up (to powder) about 4 or 5 egg shells and put them in the bottom of the hole.  Then plant your tomato on top. They'll provide calcium and prevent blossom end rot.

Baking Soda Spray for Tomatoes

Baking Soda Spray for Tomatoes. AND Tomatoes need calcium to achieve their full flavour potential, and calcium is often greatly lacking in our soils. 95% of a dry eggshell is calcium carbonate. When planting your tomato plants crush up (to powder) about 4 or 5 egg shells and put them in the bottom of the hole. Then plant your tomato on top. They'll provide calcium and prevent blossom end rot.

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