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Fall and Winter Watering
... Fall and Winter Watering no. 7.211 Fall and Winter Watering by J.E. Klett and C. Wilson1 Quick Facts... Water trees, shrubs and lawns during prolonged dry fall and winter periods to prevent ... during extended dry fall and winter periods. These include European white and paper birches; Norway, silver, red and Rocky Mountain and hybrid maples; lindens, alder, hornbeams, dogwood and mountain ash. ...
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PFall and winter watering: during drought
... Fall and winter watering 7.833 The Science of Planting Trees For more information, see the following Planttalk ColoradoTM script(s). 1706 Fall and winter ...
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Ornamental Grasses
... and have varying water requirements. Grass seed heads and foliage add fall and winter interest. Dried grasses have many decorative uses indoors and out. Grasses can be used as groundcovers, specimen plants, for erosion control, and ... Orange to yellow fall color. Flower spikes persist into winter. Tolerates heavy soils. Medium dry to moist conditions. ‘Karl Foerster’ blooms earlier and is more useful ...
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Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Home Page
... Fall and Winter Watering Dry air, low precipitation, little soil moisture, and fluctuating temperatures are characteristics of fall and winter in many areas of Colorado. Perennials: winterizing Colorado's relatively warm days and cold nights, extreme temperature fluctuations and ...
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Perennials: winterizing
... monthly under dry winter conditions recharges the soil profile with moisture critical to plant survival. Whether you decide to remove dead foliage in the fall or wait until ... Colorado State Cooperative Extension fact sheet(s). Perennial Gardening Mulches for Home Grounds Fall and Winter Watering Xeriscaping: Creating Landscaping For more information, see the following Planttalk ColoradoTM script(s ...
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Colorado State Cooperative Extension Garden Publications Online
... 7.701 Taxonomic Classification PDF 7.702 Plant Structures: Cells, Tissues, and Structures PDF 7.703 Plant Structures: Roots PDF 7.704 Plant ... for Mountain Communities PDF 7.410 Fall-Planted Bulbs and Corms PDF 7.411 Spring-Planted Bulbs, Corms and Roots PDF 7.412 Poinsettias ... Watering Established Lawns PDF 7.202 Lawn Care PDF 7.211 Fall and Winter Watering PDF 7.212 Composting Yard Waste PDF 7.227 ...
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Home Landscape Watering During Drought
... stress on plants between hot summer days and freezing winter nights. Mulch also results in less weed growth and easier weeding of landscape beds. Water Wisely and Efficiently Water your landscape according to ... needs 20 gallons of water. During fall and winter (October thru March) water one to two times per month when no lawn watering is allowed. In spring and summer (April thru September) when no ...
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Perennial Gardening
... summer and fall. Water as necessary. Mulching is one way to reduce weed growth and conserve water. Many mulches are available, both organic and inorganic. Watering during the winter is very ... Control: Soaps and Detergents 5.550, Beneficial Insects and Other Arthropods 7.211, Fall and Winter Watering 7.214, Mulches for Home Grounds 7.840, Vegetable Garden: Soil Management and Fertilization. 7. ...
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Perennials: winterizing during drought
... fall. Let the plants self-mulch for the winter and hope for winter moisture. If the fall and winter watering is permitted and perennials are in relatively good condition, the choice of cutting back in fall ...
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Transitions and Changes: Practical Strategies
... stage is fall. We see grass turn brown and leaves fall, which means another year is coming to a close. The second stage, winter, comes when the soil lies fallow and uncultivated. This ... Compliments and encouragement are invaluable for avoiding past ruts and for making new beginnings. Learn to notice and experience the changing seasons of your life from fall (making endings) to winter (experiencing ...
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