What's Coming Up 119: Dahlia storage, lawn care, roses, tools

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Dig and store Dahlias

Fall lawn fertilizer: plant health care

Rusty lawn's best bet: TLC!

Top prize goes to lawn gardeners

Asking for your leafy laments and feathery poetry

Winter care for roses and grapeholly

Derail losses by training critters

Tool time approaches! Tool cleaning and sharpening get-togethers

Snowy thoughts, beautiful photos: spruce lingers and is lost, and glasses frost

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1 to 2 pounds actual nitrogen, 1-2 pounds actual nitrogen
1,000 square feet
250 varieties
three inches below, 3 inches below
50:1, 50 to one, 50 to 1
absorb nutrients
aeration
agricultural by-products as fertilizer
air, airy
air temperature above 80 degrees
alkaloids
annual periwinkle
apply fertilizer
asking why
bag clippings
bag clumps
bellows effect
below ground
best answer
best information
big leaf pile
bit of stalk
bleach solution
bone meal
buds
cage plants
carbon based materials, carbon based fertilizers
Catharanthus roseus
check once a month
chemotherapy
clump split in fall
coat with fungicide
coated
cold weather
cool season
corn gluten
corrected
cottonseed meal
criticism
Dahlia, digging dahlias, Dahlia Hill Society of Midland, Michigan
deliberate action
develop
develop fungal  threads
died
difference
disease cycle, disease spores
disfigured lawn
divided in fall
divided in spring
don't apply fungicide
dormant feeding
dormant fertilizer
dormant over winter
Driconure
drought compacted soil
each year
ecological choice
eliminating lawn
endorse
Espoma
Extension bulletins
fall
favorite hybrid
feather meal
fertilize regularly
fertilizer like vitamins
fish meal
fogs eyeglasses
fundamental changes
fungicide
good health great lawn
grafted roses
granular fertilizer
grass remains wet
Groganic
ground heat
grow, growing, growing evergreens
growth slowed
Hodgkin's disease
imagine snow
improve soil
inappropriate times
infectious
kill rose foliage
label clumps, garden labels
large areas
last resort
late fall
lawn, lawn fertilizer, lawn stressed
leaf, leaf compost
leukemia
light mowing
little effect
lost to mowing
Mahonia aquifolium, Oregon grapeholly
maintain lawn's health
manure fertilizer
moist air
most rapid
most susceptible
mound graft
nights reach 70 degrees, night temperature over 70 degrees
nitrogen deficiency
organic
parallel lines
pieces
pile, piling
planted graft union
planting
plants make food, fertilizer is not food
preferably early fall
prevent dissolving
preventive, preventative
primed for disease
protection, protection from cold
prune
rabbit
rarely prepared
regular watering
remove lose 10%
resistant grass varieties, disease resistance
resting
returning as new spores
ringer
root cellar
roots
rot in storage
rust, rust fungal disease, rust spores
sapping the leaf
scalped
several inches
sharpening
sharper edges
skies cloudy
slow release fertilizer
smoother surfaces
soil
solutions
specific products
split in spring
stem
stick with investigation
store, storage, storing, store roots in boxes
sun
tea rose 'Mr. Lincoln', Rosa Mr. Lincoln rose
tie back
timing
tool care party
tool cleaning
tubers
unfailing action
vermiculite
vincristine
warm air
water
water and bleach solution
weaken lawn
what went wrong
winter coloration
winter hardiness
winter's end
wire cages
www.dahliahill.org
yellow
yellow, orange and red pustules

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