THERE’S STILL TIME TO SAVE DURING OUR FALL IS FOR PLANTING SALE!
30% OFF OUTDOOR TREES & SHRUBS AND PERENNIALS!
Fall is a great time to plant because cooler temperatures mean less stress on plants. Plus, roots grow all winter so plants will be well established by next Spring. Start planting and enjoy great SAVINGS with the SALE prices below!
Excluding Evergreen Trees. Selection Varies at Both Stores!
SALE limited to stock on hand, while supplies last.
As part of soil preparation in the Fall, Payne’s recommends using iron sulfate this time of year. Sprinkle it on now so that it can slowly acidify the soil and therefore release nutrients that are locked up and unavailable to your plants. It is very beneficial for trees, flower beds, gardens and grass.
Contains a pelletized material that will turn Yellow plants and grasses Green fast. Will not burn when used as directed.
Water thoroughly after application.
Shrubs: 4 tablespoons per average shrub in top 2-4 inches of soil.
Trees: 12 tablespoons for trees up to 3 inches in trunk diameter. 16 tablespoons for trees with 4 inches or more in trunk diameter…equally applied in holes 10 to 12 inches deep around the drip line of tree.
Caution: Will stain concrete and pavement!
The above application rates are for Hi-Yield Iron Plus Soil Acidifier.On ALL products ALWAYS read and follow label directions!
This is where size matters. As the bulbs develop, the healthier bulbs that have had adequate fertilizer and moisture naturally grow larger… the size of the leaves and flowers are already determined. So a little bulb will yield a smaller flower, and larger bulbs will yield larger flowers!Payne’s sells ONLY the biggest, highest quality Holland-grown bulbs to make sure you get the largest, longest-lasting, most brilliantly colored blooms. Big BOX stores focus on offering the best price … not the best quality… where as Payne’s offers the best quality at a competitive price.
Fall is the best time of year to plant bulbs of tulips, hyacinth, crocus and daffodils in order to enjoy their fireworks of colorful blooms come Spring.
Stop by either store and choose from our great selection!
TJ’s TIP: Don’t forget to sprinkle a little bulb food or bone meal in the hole while you are planting the bulbs and also sprinkle a little more on the soil surface to assure healthy growth. Of course, we have both bulb food and bone meal!
Here’s this weeks three tips on what to do in the garden during the month of October!
Dig up the tubers and bulbs of tender summer-flowering bulbs and put them into storage for the winter. Such bulbs include tuberous begonias, caladiums, crocosmias, dahlias, gladioli, and tuberoses.
Before a heavy frost, bring indoors any garden containers that are not frost-proof. Before storing them, wash them out with hot soapy water to which a few tablespoons of bleach have been added. Rinse well and allow to air-dry before stacking.
Pot up paperwhite narcissi for holiday bloom indoors. Daffodils, hyacinths, and tulips may also be potted now for indoor bloom.
Gro-Power Winterizer 20 lb. Bags. Now is the time to start feeding your plants, trees and shrubs Gro-Power Winterizer. This should be used as the last feeding in Fall, especially for areas like ours that actually have winters. Gro-Power Winterizer will aid in helping perennials, shrubs, trees and lawns withstand the cold winters and respond vigorously in spring.
Gro-Power Winterizer 2-10-10 contains low Nitrogen, high Phosphorus and Potash, plus micronutrients. 40% Humus, 8% Humic Acids and micronutrients.
Stop by both locations for this special winterizer in stock now.
As our temperatures begin to drop, many of our customers start asking what blooming plants can be brought indoors for the winter. The standard answer is almost always Geraniums. But, there are others that do well, such as Impatiens and Begonias.
You can bring in an existing pot or dig the plant out of the garden. Make sure the pot it is going into is large enough to accommodate an ever growing plant. Place your plants in a sunny location away from drafts. I suggest fertilizing the plant once a month with a half strength fertilizer. Be careful not to over water as the plant will not be taking up moisture as quickly as it did in the garden. Do not let the pot sit in water either. Seeing a touch of color through the Winter creates a different atmosphere in the home bringing in warmth and beauty for all to enjoy.
Last week, the Garden Guru said Fall is the best time of year to plant bulbs of tulips, hyacinth, crocuses and daffodils in order to enjoy their fireworks of colorful blooms come Spring.
Lynn mentioned that Payne’s gets their bulbs directly from Holland and only deals with the reputable companies that know what they are doing! Lynn also said that if you buy bulbs from a discount store they will most likely be half the price… but probably are half the size of the premium bulbs that you would buy from Payne’s. Listen to Lynn’s show on what to look for when buying a bulb!
Tune in every Friday on KHFM Radio (95.5 FM) between 4 and 5 pm you’ll hear Lynn Payne’s tip of the week. The “Garden Guru” himself provides information on different topics including gardening tips, fun facts about plants, how to plant and prepare your garden for each season and special announcements.
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