Well, we all made it through another rainy spring and summer. Mother Nature was a huge help in keeping all of our plants wet with minimal hand watering. With summer now winding down, things are now showing signs of drying out.
As we get into the fall planting season make sure that all your plants are properly watered going into the winter season. Plants that are dry in the winter have a greater chance to sustain winter injury. On the bright side, nighttime temperatures are now getting lower so plants won’t dry out as quickly. Still, it can be tricky to know just how much water to give all of your plants. To keep things easy, refer to our Van Wilgen’s Watering Guide to help you through the process. A well-watered plant in the fall will result in a healthy and happy plant come spring!