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A standard portable planter box on castors planted out with herbsPublished June 12, 2014 at dimensions 299 × 448 in Gallery. Among the gardening activities to do in southern California in April are planting vegetables and flowers, and checking the watering system to ensure it's working well. In some parts of the country, “April showers” are present and important, but here in Southern California, we may get some April showers and we may not.So that means we need to be sure our gardens, lawns, and permanent plantings get enough moisture to grow well. It can take up to five years until a plant is ready for sale so the high asking prices are understandable.
Seed is harvested in autumn (Oct) and receives 10 weeks warm and then 10 weeks cold stratification. 2nd year– replanted in March and grown in the field for 2 years where they can produce canes up to 2.5m. So how to utilize those rootstock suckers coming off your rose that died to make a standard rose? There is, however, a method which offers a close on 100% success rate: air-layering, and it isn’t difficult. An additional advantage of air-layering canes to make a standard rose is that rooting and budding can be done simultaneously because there is sufficient sap flow to the top of the canes, which will ensure that the graft takes. Now, April – May, when the canes are showing new green growth, is a good time to take canes staked in the previous year and air-layer them. This veggie crate has a blackboard on the front which is great for cafes and shops to add quotes or specials to attract the attention of passers by.

Conserving the moisture plantings get is also important, and we do that by applying mulch to bare ground.Sow seeds of many kindsWhether or not showers appear this month, you can plant seed of asparagus, beets, beans -- both pole and bush -- carrots, cabbage, sweet corn, popcorn, celery, cucumbers, all melons, eggplant, lettuce, kohlrabi, mustard greens, peanuts, peas, okra, long-day onions, pepper, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, squash, Swiss chard, all herbs, and tomatoes. These include amaranthus, alyssum, aster, bacopa, gaillardia, carnation, celosia, centaurea, columbine, echinacea, cosmos, heuchera, coreopsis, dahlia, Dahlberg daisy, dianthus, delphinium, ageratum, oenothera, nicotiana, gerbera, gomphrena, hibiscus moscheutos, hollyhock, impatiens (don’t cover the seed of impatiens), larkspur, lisianthus, melampodium, nasturtium, marigold, osteospermum, penstemon, petunia, pyrethrum, portulaca, rudbeckia, salvia, statice, verbena, yarrow, sunflower, morning glory, vinca, and zinnia.The lawn will be growing now, after just sitting there and sulking all winter, so fertilize and resume mowing once a week, or as needed. Sometimes you only lose the grafted rose and come spring all you see are suckers from the rootstock. Here in Europe, Rosa canina ‘Pfanders’ is commonly used to produce rootstock for standards. During the 2nd and 3rd growing season, all the side shoots are removed, leaving one for the stem. However, you will only have one new standard rose and all the other canes will have been wasted. Is it possible to prune this hydrangea in order to make it grow tall instead of very wide at the bottom like other hydrangeas? Cut ones emerging from the ground back to the ground, and cut back outward-growing branches back as far as you'd like -- including the whole way back to a main branch. Clean side shoots off the lower part of that and you'll have what's called a "standard" or mini-tree.
Just try to make all of your cuts back to joints -- the points where two branches attach to one another.
The new shoots that grow in spring and early summer is what's going to produce that big, beautiful flower cones from mid-summer into early fall. Mice and other rodents have been implicated in all kinds of chewing incidents – phone lines, cable-TV lines, landscape-lighting lines, propane-tank lines, spark-plug wires under the car hood, water-garden liners, irrigation lines, etc. Ro-pel, Liquid Fence, Shake-Away, Rabbit Stopper and Predator Fox Urine are among repellents you’re likely to encounter in stores. And I haven’t had much success with (or heard many good reports about) those ultrasonic repellers that you stick in the ground to make buzzing noise and vibrations.

Depressing, but look on the bright side - those suckers are ideal for making your own standard roses! The other option would be to leave all the suckers so that you have multiple canes to root. Rooting taller canes the traditional way can be difficult – the taller the cane the lower the success rate. The area of exposed woody tissue is surrounded with moistened sphagnum moss (I have also used potting soil and coir), which is wrapped in plastic and held in place and sealed, top and bottom, with ties or tape. It’s a good time to recheck your sprinkler and drip system to make sure everything is working properly, providing good coverage, and, if on a timer, that each set  is operating for the right length of time.Bulbs in summer, tooYou can plant summer-flowering bulbs this month. I now have a single trunk a bit bigger than my thumb that grows into a white umbrella about 6 feet tall. Look for solid, healthy-looking bulbs of canna, ranunculus, anemone, gladiolus, allium, all hardy lilies, calla, bearded iris, and amaryllis in the sun.
Each spring, I remove new shoots emerging from the ground, then remove any shoots trying to emerge from the lower two-thirds of the trunk, then shorten the branches at the top to about a foot each. Try caladium for partial shade, and elephant ear (colocasia), and tuberous begonia for full shade.The rule of thumb for planting most bulbs is three times the depth of the bulb, but some, like bearded iris, are planted just below the soil line.
He is a freelance horticultural writer who spent 35 years in the seed business, 30 of them with Burpee, and is a member of the Garden Writers Association. To read more of what Gerald has written here at Diggin' It, click here.

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