Autumn in Missouri is packed full with pumpkins, sweaters, fall colors, and apple cider. But, one adventure that you should add to your autumn to-do list is a visit to the garden center. With the warmer days and cooler nights, fall creates the perfect environment for planting. And, most importantly, for creating root growth.
Overwatering is a common reason why newly planted trees and shrubs die and need to be replaced. I can’t begin to tell you how many people have come to me with plant replacement needs and the first thing said is that they’ve been watering on a regular basis. Trust me when I say I believe you! In fact, you’ve probably watered your plant to death. Overwatering is extremely easy to do.
Ever wondered how much water to give your newly planted trees and shrubs and how long you need to keep watering? Curious why you should put mulch around your plants – other than because it looks awesome? Not certain when you should fertilize or prune your plants? Find it all out here!