Watering Plants in Fall

According to the US Drought Monitor, Maryland is in the moderate stage of drought.

Now it is especially important to water your plants to help them survive the winter and come back beautiful in the spring. Plants are storing nutrients to help them survive and we can help out by watering. Be sure to soak all around the edge of the plant canopy, which is where the branches end on a plant. This is where the roots are growing and searching for water.

We recommend watering twice a week ( 3 times if your plant wilts before the next watering day)

1 gallon plants need 40 seconds of water

3-7 gallon plants need 40 seconds of water per gallon container

15 gallon and B&B plants need 2 minutes per 3 gallons

 

Plants for Privacy

“What can I plant to screen the neighbors?” is a question we hear year round. While there are many conditions to consider, here are some of our favorite picks.

Green Giant Arborvitae

Emerald Green Arborvitae

Skip Laurels

Viburnum Hedge