Great gardens begin with healthy flowers: Fertilizing annual flowers fact sheet now available

New fact sheet helps gardeners understand how to keep their annual flowers looking great all season long and avoid pit falls that a hard season may bring with it.

October 1, 2012 - Author: ,

Properly maintained annual flowers will reward gardeners with abundant color and season-long enjoyment. People often find by the end of a hot summer, tired-looking annuals need to be ripped out. Yet, in many public gardens, annuals shine their bright colors right up until frost. How do they do it?

The first step in growing healthy, annual flowers and ornamental vegetables is understanding their growth requirements. Fertilizing annual flowers and ornamental vegetables reveals the secrets of growing great annuals as well as uncovering some of the problems that may occur along the way.

New fact sheet: Fertilizing annual flowers and ornamental vegetables

Tags: community gardening, flower gardening, home gardening, lawn & garden, msu extension, vegetable gardening

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