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Expert advice and the latest tips from our master gardeners

Perennial Planning Chart

What You’ll Need:  
Essential Items Desirable Items
Soil Enhancer T&C Fruit and Flower Food
Root Stimulator Wire cage, grid, or stakes
Sulfur Small Pruners

Spraying Apple Trees

We can blame the adult Codling Moth for the worms found in the apples in East
Idaho. Codling moth adults are about 1/2 to 3/4 inch long with mottled gray wings
that they hold tent-like over their bodies. The larvae from the moths penetrate into
the fruit and tunnel to the core, leaving holes in the fruit.

Lawn Care Made Easy

The key to achieving a lush, dark green lawn that is the envy of the neighborhood is simple- apply the right product at the right time throughout the season.

August Gardening Checklist & Tips

Give vegetables a side dressing of T&C Fruit & Flower Food monthly. Side dress corn with T&C Premium Lawn Food or Ammonium Sulfate. Feed tomatoes with Save-a-Tree monthly.

Bee Friendly

Invite bees and pollinators to your yard! What you’ll need: Plants and flowers from the list below

 

Perennial Planning Chart

What is a perennial plant?  They are plants that come back year after year.  Unlike annuals, which die each winter and must be replanted each spring, perennials grow back from the roots that go dormant in the soil in the winter. Perennials can live as long as 15 years, or in the case of peonies, a human lifetime.

Spraying Apple Trees

We can blame the adult Codling Moth for the worms found in the apples in East
Idaho. Codling moth adults are about 1/2 to 3/4 inch long with mottled gray wings
that they hold tent-like over their bodies. The larvae from the moths penetrate into
the fruit and tunnel to the core, leaving holes in the fruit.

Lawn Care Made Easy

The key to achieving a lush, dark green lawn that is the envy of the neighborhood is simple- apply the right product at the right time throughout the

August Gardening Checklist & Tips

Give vegetables a side dressing of T&C Fruit & Flower Food monthly. Side dress corn with T&C Premium Lawn Food or Ammonium Sulfate. Feed tomatoes with Save-a-Tree monthly.

Bee Friendly

Invite bees and pollinators to your yard! What you’ll need: Plants and flowers from the list below