We have gotten a few calls from you all asking what the mums and poinsettias look like considering the heat and drought. While it has not been as hot as last year, it has been much drier which means we really have to stay on our toes when it comes to watering the mums. As for the poinsettia cuttings, it has actually been cooler than last year with temperatures between 98-106 compared to last year’s 105-112 degrees.

Temps cooled off this week to the mid-nineties which actually feels comfortable when the breeze is blowing. The mornings have been especially nice.

So here are videos of our mums and poinsettias:

Pictures of our first crop of fall annuals:

These 1801 Snapdragons and J6 Dianthus have been planted a week.

 

This is our first planting of J6 Pansies that were just planted today.

 

These were planted with a punch transplanter.

 

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