Fertilizer still important for plants

The gardening season may be winding down, but the task of protecting and maintaining horticulture in the area remains high.  Larry Maas of Maas Floral & Greenhouse in Sturgeon Bay says homeowners that wish to keep their plants looking great this fall should remember to include a regular dose of fertilizer.



Maas says annuals can be trimmed halfway back and all spent blossoms should be removed to allow the plant to thrive.  He adds that most perennials are done blossoming already so you can cut down the spent stalks to have them ready for the first frost and winter ahead.  You can find more tips on fall plant care below.


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