High temperatures tend to induce summer dormancy in the South. Once the weather start to cool, many ornamental plants put on a fantastic show of color well into the fall. The change in weather brings wind and rainy conditions as well as the reappearance of fungal diseases reminding us that next year’s plant performance is impacted by care that plants receive in the fall.
Presented by: Gaye Hammond, Past President of the Houston Rose Society. Gaye will share tips and tricks that will allow us to maximize our garden’s fall display of color at the same time setting the stage for an even greater display next spring. The program will cover seasonal planting and grooming, fall feeding programs and winterizing the garden and container plants.
This program is open to the public at no charge.