COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT – HORTICULTURE
TEXAS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
APRIL 3, 2004
- Prepare beds for planting flowers and vegetables. For every 100 square feet of bed area, work in a several-inch layer of either compost, pine bark or sphagnum peat moss, plus five pounds of balanced fertilizer.
- Pruning evergreens and summer flowering trees and shrubs should be completed. Prune spring flowering trees and shrubs as soon as they finish blooming.
- Start hanging baskets of petunias and other annuals for another dimension in landscape color
- Dig and divide summer and fall flowering perennials just before they initiate their spring growth.