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Gabelmans Gardens Winter

Gabelmans Gardens Winter

Gabelmans Gardens Winter

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We’re still open for business even in the winter. Many different bamboo can be planted in the winter and still do fine. In fact I just planted my Semiarundinaria Fastuosa about a month ago. Along with my Robert Young bamboo. They both are doing fine and have put up new shoots already. That will give them the boost they need for the long cold winter.

Gabelmans Gardens Winter

Gabelmans Gardens Winter

Come spring like around the second week in March I will fertilize them and really get them going. I have to move some bamboo this next year. So I will have some great deals going on when I move them. I need to move about ten different species. They have worn out their welcome in the space they are in. Because they are out of room to grow and spread.

Gabelmans Gardens Winter Greenhouse

Gabelmans Gardens Winter

Gabelmans Gardens Winter

While the bamboo are dormant during the winter. I have garlic growing in the greenhouse. I think that’s all I’m going to try this winter and just get ready for next years crops. We use a lot of garlic cooking great meals for the family and fresh garlic makes it so much better. Plus, garlic is supposed to be good for you. So I’m growing it. It is growing well already and looks great so far. A shot of compost tea and some fresh soil and they are doing great. I can’t wait to harvest them and dry them out. I might share some if it does really well.

Gabelmans Gardens Winter Cuttings

This is also a good time to start some cuttings and get them going through the winter and give their roots time to get established. A good plant to do this with is Hydrangea. They are very easy to start from cuttings. This can be done in the winter time. Because not much energy is spent on producing leaves. It will mostly concentrate on its roots. Then in the spring BAM!  You’ve got a great looking plant ready to sell. This is a great way of making free money. To buy Bamboo Plants see the secure pay pal buttons in the side bar or at the bottom of this post. Or Call (859)635-0922 Jeff Or check out this out http://gabelmansgardens.com/blog/ways-to-make-money-gardening/

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