Proctor Garden – Continue to grow plants at the end of the summer

You’ve worked hard all summer to take care of your vegetables, so don’t give up now.

DENVER – At the end of the summer, he takes some steps to make the garden more beautiful. Follow these tips

Keep your plants moist. Container plants — especially: frequent, deep watering — may be needed. At this point, they are just big, thirsty root balls. Avoid watering from above. You just knock things off. Water from the sides.

Because your flowers work hard all summer, they need flower reinforcement. Fertilize containers to grow plants. We don’t know when the first frost will hit, so go out in fear. Follow the instructions exactly for best results.

Keep dying. They do not want their annual strength to be directed to seed production. Since the days are short and the nights are cold, this is a sign that the end has come. Carefully, they often show renewed strength.

Water your vegetables well. If you stop watering, it is like a fairy tale. That alone results in dead plants and dried fruits. They worked hard all summer to care for vegetables, so do not give up now.

Thank you to Brittany for the Depression Friends League for appearing in this section and for being a good sport. We have completed our open Sundays for years but we are grateful to our Gob visitors who have raised nearly $ 9,000 to support the Dedebit Friends League.

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