October in Your Garden

 

PLANT FALL & WINTER FLOWERING ANNUALS: Pansies, violas, primrose, cyclamen, calendula, ornamental cabbage and kale, stock, snapdragons, Iceland poppies, and sweetpeas. Amend your soil with GreenAll Firmulch before planting.

PLANT FALL & WINTER VEGETABLES: Peas, onions, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, spinach, lettuce, Swiss chard, carrots, beets, radish and more.

PLANT SPRING FLOWERING BULBS: Tulips, daffodils, allium, crocus, hyacinth, iris and more. Fertilize with EB Stone Bulb Food or Bone Meal.

SOW WILDFLOWER SEEDS. We carry a wide selection of wildflower seeds and seed blends like CA Poppy, Arroyo Lupine, Beneficial Insect Blend, Bee Pollinator Mix, and Butterfly Pollinator Mix.  

FERTILIZE YOUR LAWN for a green Thanksgiving with GreenAll Fall and Winter Feed.

DECORATE FOR FALL with our wide selection of pumpkins. Dress up your display with mums, Iceland poppies, ornamental cabbage and kale, snapdragons and stock.

FERTILIZE FLOWERING/FRUITING TREES AND SHRUBS with EB Stone Organic Ultra Bloom 0-10-10 to help flower development for next year.

PREVENT DESASE & INSECTS from overwintering in your garden by cleaning up litter from spent flowers, fallen fruit, leaves and other accumulated plant material.

KEEP NEXT YEAR’S HYDRANGEAS BLUE by applying GreenAll True Blue or EB Stone Naturals Dolmite Lime to keep them pink.

IMPROVE SOIL STRUCTURE and fix nitrogen by planting cover crop seeds like clover and fava beans. 

REVITALIZE YOUR VEGETABLE GARDEN SOIL before you plant by tilling in GreenAll Firmulch and EB Stone Organics All Purpose Fertilizer.

SEED/SOD a new lawn or renovate an old lawn.

KEEP CITRUS LEAVES GREEN through winter by feeding them with EB Stone Organics Citrus Food and GreenAll FST. 

WEED, WEED, WEED! Stay on top of weed removal so their flowers don’t turn to seeds and spread.

PROMOTE BLOOMING by fertilizing roses and other fall flowering shrubs and perennials with Mazsea 3-20-20.

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