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Open All Season - Every Season !

*Lawn & Garden*

Espoma Organic Fertilizer

Bonide Products

Scotts Products

Harts Seeds

Garden Safe Products

Bobbex Deer Repellent

Liquid Fence Natural Animal Repellents

Jacks Classic Plant Food

*Grain * Feed * Seed * Feeders *

Blue Seal Feed and Grain

Droll Yankees Bird Feeders

Eukanuba Pet Food

Canidae Dog Food & Felidae Cat Food

Taste Of The Wild

Wellness Pet Food

ProPlan Dog Food

Nutro Dog Food

Fromm Dog Food

No Matter What Pets you own!

Purveyors Of Quality Plants And Concise Advice For 7 Generations!

Come in and meet the family you will be glad you did.

The roots of the Verkade family tree run deep in Waterford. You can depend on our knowledge and expertise when it comes to your plants, trees, and home gardens. Have some pesky pest we can help you fix that too with organic, and non-organic repellents or baits. Don't be surprised if we talk you out of spending your money needlessly. Green Survival Gardens is located in the heart of Waterford Across from the Waterford High school. Stop on in and check out our Greenhouse, Pond, Chickens, Bunny, Wild bird seed, and Feeders. See our coupon below to print and save.


Family Tree
Cultivar: Crimson Queen
Family: Aceraceae
Size: Height: 0 ft. to 15 ft.
Width: 0 ft. to 20 ft.
Plant Category: trees
Plant Characteristics: spreading
Foliage Characteristics: deciduous
Foliage Color: red to burgundy
Tolerances: deer, slope

Bloomtime Range: not applicable
USDA Hardiness Zone: 6 to 8
AHS Heat Zone: Not defined for this plant
Light Range: Shade to Sun
pH Range: 4 to 7.5
Soil Range: Some Sand to Some Clay
Water Range: Normal to Moist

How-tos : Fertilization for Young Plants

Young plants need extra phosphorus to encourage good root development. Look for a fertilizer that has phosphorus, P, in it(the second number on the bag.) Apply recommended amount for plant per label directions in the soil at time of planting or at least during the first growing season.

How-tos : Fertilization for Established Plants

Established plants can benefit from fertilization. Take a visual inventory of your landscape. Trees need to be fertilized every few years. Shrubs and other plants in the landscape can be fertilized yearly. A soil test can determine existing nutrient levels in the soil. If one or more nutrients is low, a specific instead of an all-purpose fertilizer may be required. Fertilizers that are high in N, nitrogen, will promote green leafy growth. Excess nitrogen in the soil can cause excessive vegetative growth on plants at the expense of flower bud development. It is best to avoid fertilizing late in the growing season. Applications made at that time can force lush, vegetative growth that will not have a chance to harden off before the onset of cold weather.

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