2020 Plant Sale is CANCELLED


 

 

 

 

This Year's Plant Sale has been cancelled

We are sorry to have to cancel the 2020 Plant Sale but hope to see you next year!

Your health is important; take care. Remember that gardening always brightens the day so get out next week and enjoy the sunshine.🌤

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  • Mexican Sage Turned White and Dying

    I’ve planted six Mexican sage bushes through my property. Initially they were beautiful with purple flowers and now they've all turned white and dying.

  • Salvia/Sage Water Needs

    Do salvia planted in full sun need lots of water?

    Salvias/sages do not require a great deal of water.

  • When Do I Prune Fall Blooming Salvias?

    Fall-blooming salvias such as leucantha should be pruned during the summer to keep them compact, reducing the need for staking. To make the job easier, use hedging shears, and remove only the spent flowers and a few inches of stem below. Any of this type of pruning should be completed prior to September 1, since flower buds begin forming about that time.
    Note from Parker County Master Gardener: As for the leucantha, it has to be cut back completely to ground as does Victoria blue salvia because it dies to ground.