What to do Like March, April is a rather dry and windy month. Monitor the landscape for water distress. Fruiting trees need at least an inch of water weekly. Replace disease-prone impatiens and heat-sensitive annuals with pentas, gailardias, salvia, or other hardier, less thirsty plants. • Add a rich look to beds with beautiful new suntolerant coleus cultivars, • This is the season for “pass-along
Watering your plants using left over cooking water is another great way to add a nutrient boost with the vitamins and minerals left behind after you have boiled some pasta, vegetables, or potatoes. Just be sure to let the water cool down before you feed it to your plants.
Dear Garden Club by the Sea friends, Happy Spring! I’m excited it’s April because it’s a very busy month for us! Monday was our time to host the SBGC. I’d like to thank everyone who helped provide all the wonderful refreshments! It was so nice to have fifteen of us in attendance. Our club did an outstanding job! It’s always great to see our club have a nice show of support for our month to host. Besides our regularly scheduled Board Meeting & field trip to Brevard County
A very special Baby Shower hosted by Judy was held for two of our members; Bata who welcomed Iris last year and Casie who will be welcoming Atticus in the next month or so. We are proud of these two outstanding members and wish them luck in the years to come. A very special thank you was given to the attending and contributing members from Bata and Casie. What else but a sun loving plant. Both Casie and Bata were very grateful for the show of support from the community that i