You Can Turn Your Sprinklers Off Now!

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It’s the first day of August, in Tulsa Oklahoma, and it feels more like October. And that’s fine by me, after the many scorching hot summers we’ve experienced here lately. And my rain gauge measured 3” of rainfall over the past few days. Heck, we couldn’t buy even an inch of rain in 2011 and… Read more »

How Much Fertilizer is Enough?

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I hear it often from homeowners. “Why is my lawn not as green as my neighbors?” Or, “I didn’t see enough fertilizer on my lawn after your treatment.” Yes, fertilizer, particularly nitrogen fertilizer, is mainly what makes lawns in Tulsa nice and green. Since nitrogen does not stay in the soil profile for that long,… Read more »

Am I in Colorado or Oklahoma?

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Yesterday was a first. I actually made a wood fire in the fireplace on the back porch, and its mid-July in Oklahoma! I almost thought I was at our old cabin in the Colorado mountains sitting by the fire. Compared to many of the recent summers we’ve experienced in Oklahoma, with brutal heat and little… Read more »

Dividing Daylilies

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Daylilies need to be divided every three to four years to maintain vigor. Though they may be divided in early spring before growth starts, it is more common to divide them at this time of year. Many gardeners cut back the tops to about half their original height to make plants easier to handle. Daylilies… Read more »