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Copy of FALL SEASON & THE FOUR SEASONS OF LANDSCAPING

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FALL SEASON & THE FOUR SEASONS OF LANDSCAPING
YOUR GARDEN
PRUNING
BEAUTIFUL FALL LANDSCAPES
PLANTING
SPRING BULBS
HOW DEEP?
TREES & SHRUBS
WATERING & THE WEATHER
WHERE TO PRUNE BRANCH
VOLCANO MULCHING
LAWN
FERTILIZATION; MAY, SEPTEMBER, NOVEMBER
GRUBS
MULCH OFF TREE TRUNK
ROSES
TYPES OF MULCH
MOWING PATTERN
MOWING HEIGHT
SHARP BLADE
SEEDING
CORE AERATION
CHAINSAW
WHAT TO PRUNE
SOD
WATERING EVERGREENS
TOO MUCH WATER
RECYCLE LEAVES
WATERING
DEEP & INFREQUENT, THANK YOU MOTHER NATURE FOR THE HELP!
BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS, NOW WHAT?
RAKE OR BLOW LEAVES
CUT BACK OR LEAVE PERENNIALS
RECYCLING LEAVES
DEEP INFREQUENT WATERING
&
WEATHER PREDICTIONS
FALL FERTILIZATION AND CORE AERIFICATION MAKES A DIFFERENCE
BRANCH COLLAR AND NO FLUSH CUTS
PLANTING DEPTH AND ROOT FLAIR
&
OVERWINTERING CANNAS
SNOW AND SALT
THANK YOU SEE YOU NEXT SEASON!
FROST
CRABGRASS
VOLE DAMAGE
GIRDLING ROOTS
RAKE UP LEAVES
BLOW LEAVES
NOISE ORDINANCE
LANDSCAPE WASTE
NPD MULCH MOWS
RECYCLE LEAVES
USE IN YOUR LANDSCAPE
WINTER BURN
DRY SOIL
SALT SPRAY NEAR ROAD
ROOTS NEED O2
TYPES OF FERTILIZERS
HOW TO APPLY
ROTARY VS DROP SPREADERS
IDENTIFICATION
CONTROL CHOICES
WHAT IS YOUR MOWING HEIGHT?
INCREASING IT FOR BETTER SUMMER PERFORMANCE
LESS WEEDS AND A THICKER LAWN
IN THE FALL LOWER BACK TO OPTIMAL MOWING HEIGHT 2 1/2" KBG
THATCH
MARKERS
DE-ICERS
APPLICATION RATES
GENERATOR
SNOW BLOWER
ONLY 2.5 % OF ALL WATER ON THIS PLANET IS FRESHWATER (NOT SALT WATER). OF THAT, LESS THAN 1% IS AVAILABLE TO US.
PLANT SELECTION
DAMAGE TO TRUNK
BRANCHING
DISEASE / INSECTS
ROOTS
TRANSPORTING/TARPS
PLANTING
SOIL
REMOVE BURLAP/CONTAINER
REMOVE WIRE AND ROPES
WATER & ADD MULCH
ANY QUESTIONS?
TREES & DORMANCY
COOLER DAYS AND LESS SUNLIGHT WITH THE CHLOROPHYLL DISAPPEARING RESULTS IN OUR BEAUTIFUL FALL DISPLAYS
FALL SEASON
TREES & LEAVES
WATER & CURRENT WEATHER UPDATES
MY FALL LAWN CARE
FALL GARDEN CARE & PLANTING
DORMANT PRUNING
THOSE PESTS & GOBBLINS
HONEYLOCUST TREE
WHITE ASH TREE
FREEMAN MAPLE LEAVES
NOW WHERE DO YOU PUT ALL THOSE LEAVES?
DRAGGING THOSE LEAVES AWAY IS A TOUGH TASK!
TIME TO BLOW OUT IRRIGATION LINES
DISCONNECT HOSE AND DRAIN FOR STORAGE
WATER PUMP STORAGE FOR WINTER
REMOVE WATER PUMP
WATERING NEEDS
IS IT DRY AND DO I NEED TO WATER?
WEATHER TRENDS
WEATHER PREDICTIONS
FARMER'S ALMANAC WINTER 2014-2015
WEATHER INFORMATION
NOAA WEATHER FACTS
COOLER AND WETTER SEASON
1.4 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE OCTOBER
PRECIPITATION 2.5" ABOVE AVERAGE THIS SEASON
NOAA WINTER PERDICTION
NOT EXPECTING A REPEAT OF LAST YEAR
BELOW AVERAGE PRECIPITATION IN ILLINOIS
STILL EARLY FOR PREDICTION
FARMER'S ALMANAC
ARTIC BLAST
ABOVE NORMAL SNOWFALL FOR MUCH OF THE NATION (SEE MAP)
BLUE JUNIPER BERRIES
IMPROVED ORGANIC MATTER IN YOUR SOIL
NOVEMBER LAWN FERTILIZATION
APPLICATION RATE
1 LB PER 1000 SQUARE FEET
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SPILL SOME ON THE LAWN
COVERAGE
N-P-K
READ THE LABEL
N: % OF NITROGEN IN THE BAG
P: % OF PHOSPHORUS / SEE SOIL REPORT
K: % POTASSIUM
ORGANIC OPTIONS
READ LABEL
DROP SPREADER VS. ROTARY
GRUBS LIFE CYCLE
AFTER YOU CHOSE THE DIRECTION, PICK A POINT IN THE DISTANCE, FIX YOUR EYES ON THAT POINT, AND FOLLOW AN IMAGINARY LINE.
HOW DO YOU GET THOSE STRAIGHT LINES
WRAPPING THE TREE TRUNK
Sun scald

Sun scald is characterized by elongated, sunken, dried, or cracked areas of dead bark, usually on the
south or southwest side of a tree
. On cold winter days, the sun can heat up bark to the point where cambial activity is stimulated.

Young trees, newly planted trees
, and
thin-barked
trees (
cherry, crabapple, honey locust, linden, maple, mountain ash, plum
) are most susceptible to sun scald.

Put on the wrap on in the fall and
remove it in the spring after the last frost
. Newly planted trees should be wrapped for at least
two winters
and thin-barked species
up to five winters or more
.


BURLAP FENCE FOR WINTER PROTECTION
SEED THIS LATE?
SEEDING
TYPES
KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS (KBG)
PERENNIAL RYEGRASS
TALL FESCUE
BLENDS VS. MIXTURES
GERMINATION RATES
KBG 14 TO 30 DAYS
PERENNIAL RYEGRASS 5 TO 10 DAYS
SHADE GRASSES (RED/HARD FESCUES) 7 TO 14 DAYS
SEEDING RATE:
RULE OF THUMB IS TO ALLOW 1000 TO 2000 SEEDS PER SQUARE FOOT.
KBG 1 TO 3 LBS / 1000 SQ FT
PERENNIAL RYEGRASS 4 TO 8 LBS/1000 SQ FT
OVERSEEDING USE 1/2 THE RATE
SEED SOIL CONTACT
PENN MULCH, STRAW, PEAT MOSS.

PLANTING BULBS
HOW MANY SQUARE FEET IS THE BED
DOES IT HAVE GOOD DRAINAGE
SUNLIGHT
LOOK IN CATALOGS FOR IDEAS
BLOOM TIMES /HEIGHT OF FLOWERS /COLORS AND TEXTURE OPTIONS
PLANT IN OCTOBER WHEN THE SOIL TEMPERATURE HAS COOLED TO ABOUT 55 F
QUANTITY PER SQUARE FOOT
STANDARD TULIP 5
CROCUS 8-9
HYACINTHUS 3-4
FRITILLARIA 1-2
LARGE DAFFODILS 4-5
SCILLS 15-16
MASS PLANTING OR BUNCH
PLANTING DEPTH RULE OF THUMB ABOUT 2 TO 3 X DIA OF BULB
PLANTING DEPTH TULIPS 5", 8" FOR FUTURE YEARS
MULCHING OPTIONAL
CARE AFTER BLOOM
REMOVE SEED HEADS AND LET LEAVE DIE BACK
CANNAS RHIZOMES
Rodents

Trees can be protected from rodent damage by placing a cylinder of ¼-inch mesh
hardware cloth around the trunk
. The cylinder should extend 2 to 3 inches below the ground line for mice and 18 to 24 inches above the anticipated snow line for rabbit protection. Hardware cloth can be left on year-round, but it must be larger than the trunk to allow for growth.



If you have many trees or shrubs to protect, using screens and wraps may be too time consuming. In such situations,
repellents
may be the best solution.

The most effective repellents for rodents are those containing
thiram
, a common fungicide. You can either spray or paint repellents on trees and shrubs.


Deer

Deer feed on and damage terminal and side branches of small trees and shrubs. Repellents containing thiram provide some control if feeding pressure is not extremely heavy.
HYPOTHERMIA
; BODY TEMPERATURE DROPS BELOW 98.6 DEGREES., SHIVERING, LETHARGIC, MILD CONFUSION.
MOVE TO A DRY WARM AREA, DRINK WARM, SWEET DRINKS,
AVOID DRINKS WITH ALCOHOL, CAFFEINE AND HOT CHOCOLATE.
FROSTBITE
: SKIN FREEZES, TINGLING, STINGING, ACHING FEELING.
COVER AREA WITH DRY, STERILE GAUZE, OR CLEAN CLOTH.
SEEK MEDICAL ASSISTANCE.
DO NOT MASSAGE THE FROSTBITTEN AREA .

DRESS FOR THE WEATHER
PUT AWAY TERRACOTTA POTS.
FENCING TREE PROTECTION
THREE CUT METHOD
RENEWAL PRUNING
REJUVENATION PRUNING
COMPLETE CUTTING OF ALL STEMS DOWN TO 4 TO 6" STUBS IN FEBRUARY OR MARCH.
ANTHONY SPIREA
HONEYSUCKLE
BEAUTYBUSH
INDIAN CURRANT
DEUTZIA
PRIVET
REMOVAL OF A NUMBER OF OLDER STEMS EACH YEAR.
PLANTS THAT CAN BE PRUNED IN THIS MANNER INCLUDE AND BLOOM ON ONE YEARS .
LICAC
MOCKORANGE
WEIGELA
FORSYTHIA
ARROWWOOD VIBURNUM
HYPERICUM
by: MICHAEL BROUILLARD
LAWN COVERED IN GRASS CLIPPINGS!
LAWN CORE AERATOR
MINIMUM OF 20 HOLES PER SQUARE FOOT
PISTON TYPE SLOW 1 1/2 MPH
DRUM TYPE AERATORS FASTER SPEED
S & SW SIDE
CANNA PLANT
HOW TO SAVE THOSE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS
CUT OFF THE FOLIAGE AFTER FROST, AND BEFORE THE GROUND FREEZES
REMOVE THE SOIL
STORE IN A PAPER BAG ABOVE FREEZING 35 F- 55 F.


Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.

Albert Camus

Evergreen trees two-year-old or older needle shed
BAGGING THEM IS HARD WORK TOO!
3" TREES & SHRUBS


Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.




Anthony J. D'Angelo
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