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Plant trimming is shaping. This can be done any time of year in South Florida. Hard pruning - cutting back up to one-third to even one-half of a plant - should only be done in warm months March 15th through October 15th. Always water well before giving a plant a hard pruning.

Sep 21, In Florida’s generally temperate climate, many plants provide fall and winter color. Violas tolerate cool temperatures, come in a variety of both solid and multicolored forms, and bloom fall through spring in the south. Zinnias produce flowers in a variety of colors and sizes. Zinnias love full sun, grow 6 to 36 inches high, and attract wildlife.



Planting this time of year is otherwise similar to spring planting.



Aug 05, Fall is the good time to plant pansies and their smaller cousins violas because the still-warm soil temperatures give their roots time to grow enough to survive the winter. Plus, by planting them in fall, you'll get two seasons of enjoyment out of these cool-season favorites because they'll often start blooming again when weather warms up in spring.

If you live where the ground freezes, look. Jan 13, Many claim that fall is the best time to transplant trees and shrubs. Fall transplants can benefit from the months of cooler, moister weather ahead. Thanks to autumn rains, the plant’s roots get a chance to grow before summer’s heat dries up the earth. Strong roots anchor a new transplant into its new location and help stock up needed.

Fall Planting. Fall is the best time to plant red barberry and other shrubs in mild Mediterranean-type climates. Taking advantage of the damp soil and rainy weather, fall planting means easy.

Florida Hardiness Zones for Selected Cities and Locations. Related Florida Maps: List of Hardiness Zones for Florida Cities and Locations. Aug 08, Tips for Fall Tomatoes. When planting your fall tomato garden, it is best to plant deeply. Keep the uppermost leaves right above the soil, all the way up to the first stem.

This way, your plants will grow strong roots from each nodule on the stem. After you plant your tomatoes, be sure to apply mulch around the base of each plant. Mar 02, The deciduous shrubs, which are known for their flowers. The evergreen shrubs (note that some of these bear pretty flowers, too). Among the best deciduous shrubs are the various types of rose bushes.

The rose has been a favorite for centuries. Like lilac shrubs, rose flowers often combine good looks with a great smell.





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