TEXAS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
MARCH 4, 2006
- Start regular spray fungicide program on roses, pecans, and fruit trees.
- Finish pruning evergreen shrubs (wait on spring-flowering shrubs).
- Consider planting dwarf fruit trees such as peaches or nectarines in large,
- ½ size whiskey barrels.
- Pot up tomato transplants now in large, black nursery containers; look for the new ‘Solar Fire’ tomato.
- Set out petunia and salvia transplants in sunny, well-drained locations.
- Visit your local nursery, and purchase the new SAWS Landscape Maintenance Guide, which will help provide 12 months of color in your landscape.
David Rodriguez is County Extension Agent-Horticulture with Texas Cooperative Extension in Bexar County. For more information, call (210) 467-6575 or visit our County Extension website at https://bexar-tx.tamu.edu