Rolling Hills - Monthly Garden Task List

By: Rolling  09-12-2011

  • Begin scouting and spraying for Japanese Beetles with liquid Sevin.

  • Apply second application of a complete fertilizer (12-6-6) in holes punched around plants or over the top as a broadcast.

  • Irrigate as needed; lawn needs 1 inch of water per week and established plants needs less than that, especially yews.

  • Scout for lawn diseases such as brown patch, dollar spot or root rot.

  • Spray Kelthane on spruce, junipers, pines and cypress for spider mites.

  • Scout for bag worms on evergreens.

  • Other products and services from Rolling


    Rolling Hills Garden Center & Nursery

    Just bring in a sample of an afflicted leaf or branch and our garden experts will determine the cause of the trouble (be it insect, disease, lighting, watering, or environmental factors). If you feel that your plants need to be inspected on-site for problems, we can arrange for one of our gardeners to come to your home or office. We can help diagnose problems affecting your plants or garden. Plant disease and insect damage diagnosis.


    Rolling Hills - Garden Center Staff

    He has worked as the Garden Center Manager since spring 2002, and serves as buyer of garden accents and hard goods, merchandising coordinator, and horticultural specialist in addition to his other management duties. After thirteen years of building and establishing the landscape department, Randy took on the task of developing the retail side of the business at the new facility north of Murray.


    Rolling Hills - Preferred Gardener Program

    Participants just show their card every time they are shopping and automatically receive special pricing on select items and notification of upcoming sales and promotions. There is absolutely no charge for participating, so be sure to ask about the program the next time you are in the store and become a Rolling Hills Preferred Gardener.


    Rolling Hills - Frequently Asked Questions

    Unfortunately, this stress makes the plants even more susceptible to pests like bagworms, spider mites, scale and even disease. Most of these species prefer a cooler climate and sometimes struggle in the hot and dry summers we have. Junipers and Arborvitaes are beautiful landscape specimens because they hold their foliage year round.